A big North Carolina district is looking for marketing consultants. A Maryland district wants to buy digital math textbooks and electronic reading materials.
Ohio’s third biggest district is looking to hire public affairs consultants, while an Oklahoma district is looking for special education services.
New York City’s education department is looking for consultants with expertise in community building. Philadelphia’s school district wants to purchase alternative education programs.
The publisher says the move is intended to give the education community a “common language” when discussing the effectiveness of ed-tech products.
Toronto’s school district is in the market for software to track student transportation. The Los Angeles school district wants vendors to apply for Title II dollars subsidizing PD to private schools regulated by the district.
Chicago’s school district is looking for vendors to revamp its social-emotional learning services, and a California district wants help reviewing its employee compensation practices.
The New Orleans school district is looking to buy a document management system. Newark, N.J., officials are soliciting special education consultants.
A New Mexico school system needs software to test students and store performance results. Meanwhile, a Missouri district looks to buy an attendance monitoring system.
A large Georgia district needs help disposing of out-of-date ed-tech hardware. Two smaller opportunities, one in Virginia for a Chromebook delivery, and one in Michigan for a security system installation, are also highlighted.
Texas officials are initiating a large review of an after-school community center grant program. Omaha, Nebraska’s school district is getting ready to upgrade its desktop and laptop computers.