The Irving school district in Texas needs fine arts instructors, while the Delaware education department wants one or two data and quality tracking platforms for early childhood.
One of the nation’s top 25 school districts is looking for SEL virtual services, and Columbus schools are doing a textbook adoption. Meanwhile, Ector County ISD in Texas wants a virtual science lab for grades 7-12.
A Mississippi district wants an English/language arts digital curriculum; a Missouri district is searching for science/lab supplies and equipment, and a Georgia district seeks virtual program options.
Two Texas districts are adding to their approved vendor lists, and the Des Moines system is looking for virtual science investigation interactives for grades 6-8.
A new study looks at what percentage of curriculum adopted by districts is created on open licenses, which allow resources to be freely shared and re-used.
An upskilling platform took in $32 million from Owl Ventures, and Create & Learn, a California company focused on K-12 STEM classes with real-world applications, raised $1.7 million in seed funding.
While usage of most ed-tech products declined as schools closed and remote learning was being set up, 18 products made significant gains in one study. Here are the top 10.
EdWeek Market Brief’s survey of K-12 leaders asked them about whether they expect the standards to shape purchasing over the next two years.
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.
Vendors are falling short in not designing academic resources that prepare students for the job market in creative ways, a California superintendent says.