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.
New York City’s education department is looking for consultants with expertise in community building. Philadelphia’s school district wants to purchase alternative education programs.
Chicago’s school district is looking for vendors to revamp its social-emotional learning services, and a California district wants help reviewing its employee compensation practices.
Birmingham’s district is looking to open dual Spanish-English immersion charters. In Denver, grants for after-school programs are up for grabs.
District leaders place different values on seeing ESSA-focused terms like “evidence-based” and “nonacademic” factors in digital content providers’ marketing materials, a new, proprietary Education Week Research Center survey finds.
Products that weave social-emotional learning into core academic subjects, as well as those using newer technologies, are likely to be in demand, according to a recent analysis.