In this opinion piece, Cognitive ToyBox Partnerships Manager Nikki Navta describes lessons her company has learned from the COVID experiences of two districts it’s worked with closely.
A Maryland district is looking for mental health screening services, and a New Mexico system is looking for professional development for college and career readiness.
The Denver public schools are looking to buy social-emotional learning resources, and the Detroit public schools are looking for an online platform to help families choose and enroll in schools.
Helping parents cope with the pressures of remote learning is one of districts’ top social-emotional priorities, a new EdWeek Market Brief special report finds.
Lisa Herring, superintendent of the Atlanta Public Schools, wants to work with vendors who are willing to dig deep beneath the surface in understanding her district’s needs.
A new EdWeek Market Brief special report looks at what features in social-emotional learning products districts want, how much they’re paying for SEL, who influences buying decisions, and much more.
The Salt Lake City schools want a social-emotional learning curriculum, while the Pleasanton district in California is seeking COVID19 testing and contact tracing services.
The ability for inexperienced workers at an education company to recognize what they know and what you don’t must be cultivated, explains Sara Potler LaHayne, the CEO of Move This World.
COVID-19 accelerated the rollout of Mosaic by ACT, which is being billed by the company as a comprehensive, adaptive learning solution weaving together assessments, curriculum, and social-emotional learning.
The Virginia Beach City Schools want bids on social-emotional books for K-8 students, while Wyoming needs virtual learning PD for educators. Idaho seeks a student data management information and accountability system for adult education.