A county in California is looking for an AR/VR solution, while a Louisiana district seeks teacher recruitment and training services.
The assessment provider says changes to the teacher-preparation exam can open doors to more aspiring educators, though critics worry about reinforcing biases and barriers to entry.
An executive at the company Solution Tree, challenged to try her hand at substitute teaching, describes the lessons she’s learned in the classroom.
State restrictions on curriculum, private school expansion, and efforts to recruit and retain teachers are top of mind for district officials.
Implementation of new products or curriculums often fall short of leaving room for educators to process the change, says TNTP Partner Deborah Helms.
A district in Arizona is looking for professional development for ‘exceptional education,’ while a South Carolina school system seeks a finance and attendance software for its afterschool program.
Demand for programs that support classroom educators is higher than ever, and companies in the industry should be prepared to respond.
The College Board says Florida’s objections had no impact on an AP African American Studies course. But nationwide, restrictive curriculum policies on race are influencing school district purchasing.
Executives of ed-tech companies worry that many managers in their organizations are “out of their depth” and not poised to promote expansion.
Education companies need to focus on helping students return to grade level, and not just remediation, says the executive director of the Council of the Great City Schools.