Chesterfield County Public Schools issued a wide-ranging RFP for a digital math curriculum. In South Dakota, Sioux Fall’s wants to track its school buses with GPS technology.
Rock Hill Schools in South Carolina wants to replace its existing SIS. In Missouri, a St. Louis-area school district is offering vendors a chance to pilot their LMS solutions.
The commonwealth of Kentucky is drawing up a list of companies to intervene in academically struggling schools. Meanwhile, Nashville’s school system bought a gifted and talented screening assessment from Pearson.
Louisiana state officials are on the hunt for test-security services at the state and local levels. And the St. Louis school district is in the market for a web-based assessment system.
Birmingham’s district is looking to open dual Spanish-English immersion charters. In Denver, grants for after-school programs are up for grabs.
New York’s district needs a new enrollment management system. In Georgia, a district has issued a series of RFPs seeking pricing for various instructional materials.
Officials in Austin want their new health literacy program to be web-based. In Stamford, Conn., district officials are seeking a new social studies curriculum.
Officials in Olympia are seeking contractors to help produce state science assessments scheduled to roll out in 2018. In Georgia, a school district is looking to upgrade its 1-to-1 program with new devices for students.
At least 35 states were still providing less inflation-adjusted funding on a per student basis in 2014 than they were prior to 2008, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
Howard County is seeking a vendor to help evaluate students for gifted and talented placement, and a Texas district wants help reviewing its compliance with state grants.