Vendors need to guarantee strong customer service, integration with learning management systems, and strict data privacy, say a pair of K-12 tech leaders from Indiana.
During the nationwide pivot to remote learning, teachers and administrators in the Metro Nashville Public School District in Nashville, Tenn., were forced to put social emotional learning on the backburner. Their most urgent challenge was getting students who were forced into remote learning to log in and engage in school.
Now, many districts, including Metro Nashville,…
A director of math and computer science instruction for the San Francisco schools calls for curriculum and assessment in the COVID era that address a broad array of students’ needs.
EdWeek Market Brief talked with two tech-savvy students about where digital products meet their needs, and fall short.
Oregon superintendent Katrise Perera brings a district perspective to her interacts with vendors, having served as a former director of urban markets at McGraw Hill.
San Diego’s school district has steered clear of diagnostic testing in favor of just-in-time learning focused on addressing student weaknesses, says Aly Martinez, a top math instructional coordinator.
One of the biggest challenges facing school districts during the pandemic is also one of those most fundamental — they have many students who don’t have reliable internet access.
The Killeen Independent School District in central Texas has taken a multifaceted approach to solving that problem.John Hocking is director of network and…
The San Antonio Independent School District’s big investment in technology has created new opportunities for instruction, but has also brought hurdles the system is trying to overcome.
Indianapolis Schools Superintendent Aleesia Johnson talks about how the how the district’s recent, massive tech investments will shape its opportunities, and its needs.