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.
In this Two-Minute Tip, EdWeek Market Brief Senior Editor Sean Cavanagh talks about districts’ biggest demands for social-emotional learning products.
Education crowdfunding site DonorsChoose.org released its 2018 classroom funding data, identifying the products that teachers requested most over the year.
In New Mexico, one of the largest school districts in the nation is seeking a math-focused web-based learning system, and Virginia-based public school systems have put out a pair of requests for proposals, one for an educational and behavioral support services program, the other for a school enrichment program.
The most-read EdWeek Market Brief articles in 2018 focused on what educators want from ed-tech products, Chinese investors’ interest in the U.S. education market, and K-12 sales strategy.
The fourth-largest school system in the country is seeking a mental wellness curriculum, while a 21,000-student Missouri district plans to purchases virtual and augmented reality devices.
The foundation, which plans to support programs in public and private schools, said it expects to reach 25 percent of the nation’s youth with its SEL offerings by 2022.
Nearly 90 percent of district leaders say they have already invested in social-emotional learning products, or plan to do so over the next year.