A district in Utah has issued an RFP for school accounting software, while a system in New York looks for a teacher evaluation system.
A district in Delaware is looking for a math intervention program, and a district in Texas seeks a teacher candidate screening tool.
Illinois state officials plan to purchase a new statewide science assessment, and an Arizona district is buying a PD and employee evaluation tool.
The Evaluation Systems Group of Pearson will redevelop California’s teacher credentialing evaluations and create administrator assessments while a district in Washington state with an inefficient student information system wants a new provider.
An Illinois consortium of public and private schools is looking to buy Chromebooks, and New York officials need help revamping their teacher-evaluation system.
When you provide feedback to a teacher by coaching them virtually, new strategies come into play.
Many teachers find themselves in a bittersweet situation at the start of the new school year. Often, their school has used the summer break to launch new technology initiatives. What can teachers do to make this transition go smoothly?
As a vendor, education conferences meant hawking candy and key chains. As an attendee, I had authentic conversations and interactions.
Evaluations are not very useful for improving teacher quality, but we can merge them with professional development to help focus on the growth of teacher quality instead.