While new laws make diversity, equity, and inclusion a tough topic for education companies to navigate, many are still investing in their own internal DEI efforts.
Discovery Education CEO Jeremy Cowdrey and DreamBox CEO Jessie Woolley-Wilson said the acquisition was driven in part by new trends in the K-12 market.
A district in California is looking for a literacy strategy consultant, while a Florida school system seeks computer hardware, software, and services.
The second-largest district in North Carolina is looking for a physical science curriculum, while a California school system seeks a differentiated literacy program.
A district in Virginia is looking for after-school programs, while a Minnesota school system seeks supplemental services.
A district in Mississippi is looking for a literacy and math assessment program, while a Florida school system seeks sign language interpreter services.
A district in Texas is looking for classroom and instructional materials, while a Maryland school system seeks an adaptive reading program.
A district in California is looking for after-school programming, while a Pennsylvania district seeks a core ELA program for grades K-5.
The state education department in Massachusetts is looking for a summer school literacy and professional learning program, while a coalition in Florida seeks pre-K curriculum and services.
While it has come under attack in some communities, demand for SEL is such that many companies are seeking to integrate it into their existing resources.