An EdWeek Market Brief survey asks about how districts plan to spend federal money — on social-emotional learning, curriculum, PD and other needs — over the next two years.
An ed-tech administrator offers insights about the kind of support districts need from companies, and how K-12 officials share information about products via social media.
A New Orleans-area district is looking for professional development services, and an association of school systems in suburban Chicago needs help with a technology audit.
The state of Kansas is looking for a statewide student assessment system, while Delaware needs professional learning on the science of reading, and an education purchasing cooperative in New York state is looking for an electronic form and workflow system.
The Clayton County district in Georgia is looking for book jobber services from qualified firms. Delaware’s Department of Education needs PD services for teachers, while the St. Louis Board of Education is looking for instructional materials and training in mathematics for grades 3-8.
The cloud-based software provider says its grants to school districts, including Chicago, Indianapolis, and San Francisco, have totaled $67 million over the years.
In this two-minute tip, EdWeek Market Brief’s Sean Cavanagh breaks down our three-part research project on districts’ biggest curriculum, assessment, and PD needs.
A Texas district wants PD training and leadership coaching in five subject areas, while Jersey City schools need PD to help teachers assisting at-risk students. A Virginia school system wants an electronic student records storage system.
A Texas school district is seeking a web-based music education software. A school system in Minnesota is looking to buy a post-secondary planning software and support services.
Strong teacher input is critical to the successful adoption of new technology in K-12 classrooms, says Teaching Matters CEO Lynette Guastaferro.