A new state law has districts across the state racing to come up with strategies to support academically struggling students.
A district in Nevada wants tutoring services while a system in Texas seeks curriculum and instructional supplies.
A district in Michigan is looking for social studies curriculum resource materials while a system in New Jersey seeks a blended online literacy learning program.
A district in Washington State is looking for online tutoring while a system in Mississippi seeks biology supplies.
The director of an ambitious statewide program in Arkansas talks about how it aims to pair school districts with qualified providers of academic intervention.
A district in Tennessee is looking for STEM supplemental curriculum materials while a system in South Carolina seeks interpreting services for the hearing impaired.
A district in Maryland is looking for secondary math tutoring services while a system in Florida seeks part-time mental health professionals.
The chief growth officer for fast-growing GoStudent breaks down the company’s place in the global market. It has already established footholds in Europe and Latin America.
The Canada-based tutoring organization Paper has raised $270 million in Series D funding, and the Taiwanese tutoring company AmazingTalker brought in $15.5 million.
Five school districts are experimenting with holding vendors to outcome-based standards for tutoring. Others could follow.