A N.J. district seeks professional development services to create reading and writing workshops, while Baltimore County, Md. schools are interested in learning more about trip tracking systems.
Marlo Gaddis, the chief technology officer for North Carolina’s largest district, says systems like hers are looking for streamlined, simple technology during the coronavirus.
Digital collaboration and online privacy tools are critical in driving K-12 innovation, including during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, says an organization representing district technology officers.
It’s not unusual for companies to hear requests from districts that the company thinks are misguided. What’s the best response?
Curriculum has to be implemented with fidelity, and only strong professional development will accomplish that, says Nakia Hardy, the deputy superintendent of the Durham, N.C., schools.
An EdWeek Research Center survey of 1,900 district administrators, principals, and teachers reveals big differences in their preferences for PD.
The Arlington, Texas district wants a learning framework. The New Rochelle, N.Y. district wants web design and maintenance, and Charleston, S.C. schools need a new VOIP unified communications system.
Sales, communication, and customer-support strategy from the homeschool sector is now relevant across the education market, as the coronavirus fuels the need for remote learning.
The U.S. Department of Education is accepting applications from states for a program to assist with the education of migrant students, creating a potential opportunity for vendors.
The Midlothian district in Texas wants PD and training services. St. Tammany Parish schools in Louisiana are in the market for an early literacy screening tool, and a Missouri district wants an internet content filter.