EdWeek Market Brief asked district and school leaders how they’re planning on using the federal emergency aid still available to them.
A $4.6 million grant will support a Southern Education Foundation program that helps school districts put performance-based metrics in contracts.
At the ASU+GSV summit, top academic officials from the Chicago and Denver public schools talk about changing the culture around academic intervention.
The state says the company’s product did not meet expectations, but Paper officials maintain their program did not have time to take hold.
Tutoring provider Paper is acquiring two companies in an effort to expand its offerings beyond virtual one-on-one academic support.
The deputy superintendent of the San Antonio ISD talks about why her district and others are setting new performance metrics in tutoring and other areas.
A school system in Arizona is looking for textbooks, while a Missouri district seeks a student information system.
EdWeek Market Brief Staff Writer Emma Kate Fittes recaps lessons learned on academic recovery during the No Child Left Behind era.
The vast majority of the nation’s school districts are small, and they come with unique needs that K-12 vendors should understand.
New Mexico’s department of education is looking for out-of-school tutoring, while a Pennsylvania school system seeks a K-6 math curriculum.