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A district in Maryland is looking for an adapted reading program, and a district in New York is seeking African American history textbooks.
A Philadelphia area district is looking for web-based literacy programs, while a California district is seeking student support services and professional development.
A New Mexico district is looking for a reading and math intervention program, while a New Jersey district is looking for student support services.
A district in Pennsylvania is looking for reading professional development, and a district in Michigan is seeking a literacy intervention program.
A district in Pennsylvania is looking for student assistance program services, while a district in North Carolina is seeking Spanish textbooks.
A New York district is looking for a STEM/STEAM curriculum and supplies, and a Texas district is seeking math professional development.
A Louisiana district is looking for a literacy curriculum, and a Wisconsin district is seeking a school counseling curriculum and materials.
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