An approach known as applied behavior analysis is being touted as a strategy for helping school districts address disruptive student behavior in classrooms.
A new EdWeek Market Brief survey of K-12 leaders finds that they see social-emotional learning and mental health supports as tied to keeping their schools safe.
A district in Wisconsin is looking for high school textbooks in multiple subjects, while a Minnesota school system seeks student outreach and engagement services.
Mental health counseling and support for struggling, isolated students is a strategy for averting acts of violence in schools, says Sara Potler LaHayne.
A district in California is looking for an IT recruitment and alignment study, while a Texas school system seeks dual college credit texts and software.
New Mexico’s department of education is looking for out-of-school tutoring, while a Pennsylvania school system seeks a K-6 math curriculum.
The jargon and misconceptions around social-emotional learning are driving communities apart, says Sara Potler LaHayne.
A California district is looking for a pre-K-5 language arts curriculum, while a New Jersey school system seeks professional development.
A Washington district is looking for a racial healing circles provider, while a New York school system seeks French textbooks.
A new EdWeek Market Brief survey reveals shifts in school systems’ priorities for spending federal emergency aid, compared with a year ago.