EdWeek Market Brief talked with a longtime scholar at the University of Chicago about what California’s new math curriculum framework means for instruction.
A Minnesota school system is seeking an array of curriculum resources, and a major Texas district is buying art materials.
The slow-moving process for adopting math materials in the huge state market could lead to delays in other subjects.
School districts in Florida and elsewhere have traditionally relied on their states’ adoption processes — rightly or wrongly — as means of judging the quality of curricular materials.
A district in New York is looking for career-tech education programs, and a district in Alaska is seeking supplemental education services.
The pandemic has fueled demand for academic lessons outside of core curriculum, as districts seek flexibility and digital materials that engage students.
The Providence, R.I., schools need curricular and instructional management systems, and Chicago’s Early Learning Support Services want help with family and community outreach.
A Michigan district seeks proposals for a learning platform, and a school board in New Jersey wants online reading and math assessments.
EdWeek Market Brief’s survey of K-12 leaders asked them about whether they expect the standards to shape purchasing over the next two years.
More than two-thirds of school district leaders say the standards remain important when buying English/language arts and math products, an Education Week Research Center survey finds.