States and districts want curriculum, PD, and assessment tools focused on social-emotional learning that can be woven into existing classes and help educators with different levels of knowledge.
Lawrence Public Schools, Mass., want a management system for special education data. Santa Fe, N.M. schools seek social-emotional learning curricula, and Illinois’ Palatine Community Consolidated School District No. 15 wants a unified teacher and principal evaluation system.
We can’t expert teachers or students to change the educational experience for the better without equipping them with the right tools.
Startups can help schools mine education data to measure “fuzzy” traits and abilities, like enthusiasm, joy and teamwork.
A Missouri district wants charging hubs for multiple devices, and the Austin school system is looking for an employee counseling program and virtual mental health resources.
Seeking out like-minded education partners is a way to share your resources and business more widely, and to collaborate with other ed-tech startups.
Districts want to purchase software focusing on career- and college-prep, and social-emotional curricula.
Philadelphia eyes a robotics program to support its students with autism and a New Jersey system needs faster internet connections.
One of the largest districts in the nation seeks digital content and Washington state wants a cultural competency training program.
Washington state seeks consultants for social-emotional learning and the Boston school system eyes arts instruction.