Most teachers say their students are spending an hour or more of the school day using educational technology, according to a recent EdWeek Market Brief survey.
A district in Texas is looking for professional development instructional leadership, while a system in Maryland seeks tier II or III writing-based interventions.
Five school districts are experimenting with holding vendors to outcome-based standards for tutoring. Others could follow.
A district in Missouri is looking for a career and technical education summer program, while a system in Texas seeks a universal math screener.
Newly proposed federal rules would overhaul the process for making awards through the federal program, which aims to improve school and library internet connectivity.
School districts are moving quickly to hire tutoring companies — in some cases, several of them — to shore up student academic challenges exacerbated by the pandemic.
School districts looking to engage students will continue to need a robust virtual experience, even with the widespread return to in-person learning, says Kiddom Chief Academic Officer Abbas Manjee.
EdWeek Market Brief takes an inside look at how a South Carolina district is spending on revamped internet connectivity, and the implications for ed-tech vendors.
A former U.S. Department of Education official and one-time president of McGraw-Hill are involved in a special purpose acquisition company looking to snap up education businesses for a public offering.
Imagine Learning’s senior vice president and general manager of products offers a look at how the company developed a reading and math intervention tool.