The shift to remote learning could offer new opportunities for teachers to innovate and draw out the best student work, says the former president of a national math teachers association.
A Missouri district seeks is looking to stage a virtual commencement, in a sign of how purchasing is changing during the COVID-19 era. A New Jersey district will buy special education evaluation.
A Georgia district is planning to buy an LMS. A Missouri district is seeking an internet filter, and a Texas consortium is purchasing an internet filtering and security system.
Cleveland schools seeks an online professional development solution. A Washington district wants a VoIP system, and a North Carolina district is purchasing database administration services.
The Seattle school system is purchasing case management software. A Utah district wants software licenses, and a Texas district is buying an event ticketing system.
A Tennessee district seeks a college readiness platform. The Fort Worth ISD wants a data visualization system, and another Texas district wants Microsoft Education licenses.
A Georgia district seeks a cloud-based LMS. Chicago public schools wants a teacher leadership consultant, and a Texas district is buying instructional supplies.
A Tennessee district is purchasing a grading platform, a Virginia district wants an online ELA program, and Albuquerque schools seek computer-aided dispatch and record-management software.
The Dallas ISD is purchasing STEM and CTE curricula. The Katy ISD in Texas seeks software products, and a Pennsylvania district is buying school communications.
A South Carolina school district is purchasing VOIP communications. A New Jersey district is buying therapy services, and a California district is purchasing printing services.