An Illinois district is looking for digital learning tools, while a New York school system seeks supplemental student and family support programs.
The agency that administers the long-running National Assessment of Educational Progress is looking to bring major changes to the test through technology.
A district in California is looking for professional development for counselors, while a Maryland school system seeks a performance review consultant.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district and school leaders about whether classroom educators can start using tech tools without central office sign-off.
Instructure’s analysis looks at trends in school districts’ overall usage of digital products, and which tech tools have the most takeup.
South Carolina has given all of the state’s school districts access to a consortium meant to create uniform ed-tech standards, including for protecting student data.
Users will have to manually export files before their accounts close at the end of September.
The director of instructional technology for the Metro Nashville Public Schools talks about striking a balance between tech and print-based lessons.
What are some of the major themes that will play out at the enormous ed-tech show later this month? We get a breakdown from ISTE CEO Richard Culatta.
A district in Mississippi wants SEL professional development services while a system in New Jersey seeks a math and reading online diagnostic assessment tool.