A Long Island purchasing cooperative wants software for career and technical education services, a Tennessee district is buying social-emotional learning curriculum, and a Mississippi K-12 system is purchasing early-grades reading curriculum.
The state of New Mexico is making a major purchase of state assessments, and the Chicago schools want bids to create an e-commerce marketplace.
A Washington state district is looking to buy curriculum aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards.
The Buffalo, N.Y., district is seeking an online mathematics intervention program, and the Florida Virtual School needs virtual therapy services for its students.
Nearly half of district leaders have a big need for social-emotional learning interventions for diverse student populations, a new EdWeek Market Brief survey shows.
The Chicago schools are purchasing a college- and career-readiness program, and the Atlanta district is buying an after-school program.
The Philadelphia school district is requesting vendors to provide help with a $19 million after-school program; the Twin Lakes, Calif., district is also looking for companies to help with after-school strategy.
Mark Hurrie, a Boston-area principal, talked about his school’s approach to improve student well-being, a subject of many discussions at the SXSW EDU ed-tech conference.
After reviewing SEL products from nine vendors, the Howard County, Md. school district chose one for teachers in its 42 elementary schools. We look at the decision-making process.
Urban and non-urban school districts differ in their policies for setting goals for social-emotional learning, a RAND Corporation study found.