Education companies should look to help educators collaborate and master skills beyond rote, tech-based applications, says Ronn Nozoe of ASCD.
Fort Worth ISD wants drone equipment, software, and services for career-technical education, while the Wake County schools in North Carolina are looking for cloud security.
An education service center based in Houston wants bids from LMS providers, and the Providence school system is looking to purchase a curriculum-management platform.
A new product certification created by Digital Promise gives companies the chance to prove that their product design features, tools, and support can be adapted to meet students’ myriad needs.
K-12 schools have shifted buying patterns and reduced reliance on RFPs in the early months of COVID-19. Now, professional development is one of their top purchasing priorities.
The Providence, R.I., schools need curricular and instructional management systems, and Chicago’s Early Learning Support Services want help with family and community outreach.
Massachusetts seeks support of school, district, and state education department’s sustainable improvement efforts, while the Austin, Texas schools want to set up fine arts and creative learning partnerships.
New York State wants to continue developing computer-based and paper-based testing in three subjects, while Puyallup, Wash. schoos are in the market for career and technical education equipment.
The Irving school district in Texas needs fine arts instructors, while the Delaware education department wants one or two data and quality tracking platforms for early childhood.
New Hampshire’s Department of Education has issued an RFP for vendors to provide support and services for preschool special education coordinators.