A Virginia district is going to purchase a special ed data management system, and a Utah district plans to buy a multilingual literacy primary curriculum.
The publicly traded company will change its name next month to better reflect its “continued growth” outside of K-12, after acquiring two career-based learning platforms.
The communication platform, which has become essential for many schools, is eyeing expansion and partnerships with K-12 companies.
Education companies that either weren’t involved in education at all, or had a relatively narrow interest in it, are finding ways to serve the market during COVID-19.
The school district where Louisville is located is looking for instructional and office supplies, while Houston Independent School District wants tutorial services.
An Illinois charter school management company recently resolved allegations that it rigged bidding processes for E-Rate contracts it awarded for hot spots and internet connectivity.
A Maryland district is looking for mental health screening services, and a New Mexico system is looking for professional development for college and career readiness.
Recent weeks saw acquisitions involving AI platforms, math platform providers, and assessment companies.
Brighteye Ventures plans to raise a total of $88 million for its second venture capital fund, with a focus on companies that can deliver education “better, faster, cheaper.”
Dallas ISD seeks special ed assessment services, and a Georgia school system is procuring a peer mediation program.