Kentucky wants an exam covering English, reading, math, and science for grades 10-11, and Howard County Schools, Md., are looking for a mass notification system. Idaho has renewed its contract with Istation for K-3 reading tests.
Massachusetts is looking for a platform to prepare qualified early childhood teachers, and Florida’s Seminole County district wants a web content filtering system. In California, Cajon Valley schools chose a vendor to install multimedia displays.
The Davis, Utah, school district is looking to buy augmented reality glasses and software, and the Spokane Public Schools, in Washington, are planning to buy a data management system for special education.
The largest school district in Maryland wants new instructional materials for grades K-8, and Detroit schools are looking to purchase Next Generation Science Standards-aligned hands-on science kits. Olathe USD, Kansas, purchased CISCO network equipment.
The Hillsborough, Fla. district is seeking one SIS for pre-K-12 and another for career/technical education. Dallas, Texas wants a software management system for student dietary restrictions. And a Georgia district chose Prosys Information Systems to configure Chromebooks.
Broward wants a consultant experienced in district-wide personalized learning adoptions, and Detroit schools plan to purchase blended learning literacy materials for students in grades 9-12. United ISD, Tex., selected an LMS vendor.
Edmodo, a social learning network for teachers and students, is just the latest U.S.-based education provider to be acquired by the Chinese company.
Santa Rosa County schools want test prep courses for students taking industry certification exams, and Utah’s Nebo district seeks a facility management software system. Albuquerque schools chose 10 book vendors.
Region 4 Education Service Center seeks data management assistance, and Northwest Independent School District is looking for instructional software and equipment for career technical education courses. Cobb county schools, Ga., purchased software to facilitate classroom screen sharing.
The Hamilton Count, Tenn district is creating a roster of pre-approved digital instructional materials, and the Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District in Michigan wants career tech engineering equipment. Maryland’s Frederick County schools will implement Schoology as its LMS.