Fairfax County Public Schools, Va., is looking for a post-secondary planning system for students, and Maryland seeks a platform to manage applications to a state-wide scholarship program. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education, N.C, wants web-based core curriculum instruction with a focus on literacy.
Lexington County School District One, S.C., wants software to monitor online safety risks, and the St. Tammany Parish schools seek assessment and instructional resources.
Hawaii is looking for an LMS for the state’s online learning network, a Florida school system wants K-12 digital curricula. and a Texas district wants software and tools for machining courses.
The Department of Defense’s school system is looking for a K-5 literacy curriculum, and the Midlothian, Texas, system is planning to buy materials and software for career and technical education programs.
The Maryland education department is seeking blended learning courses for the state’s students in juvenile correctional facilities, and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction wants a digital literacy curriculum. Philomath School District, Ore., seeks a contractor for a website redesign.
The Colorado education department wants to purchase assessment and monitoring software for alternative schools. Cincinnati, Ohio schools are looking to partner with an app developer to create custom platforms, and the Warren County district in Tennessee wants web design services.
The San Bernardino, Calif., district is looking for career survey software to help students identify potential areas of interest, and the Madison, Wis., system wants to purchase IT support software.
The Kenosha Unified school district in Wisconsin is looking to purchase a health curriculum. A pair of Tennessee school systems, meanwhile, have different needs, with one looking to buy a web-based reading intervention program, and the other planning to buy medical simulators for use in clinical training programs.
As more schools and universities embrace online learning, cloud computing’s popularity is on the rise, according to a new report by Technavio.
Ed-tech companies should solicit input from students and families, and clearly and prominently display their data-privacy policies, one parent advocate argues.