Baltimore is looking for new literacy curricula for use in 136 schools, and Spokane Public Schools, Wash., plans to purchase a post-secondary explorer and planning tool. Newport News Public Schools, Va., will pilot online writing platform NoRedInk.
The San Antonio, Texas, school system is looking to buy a college and career readiness program. And in recent awards, the Lexington county schools in South Carolina chose Studica to furnish robotics kits.
Phoenix Public Libraries wants hands-on STEM materials, and Pennfield School District, Mich., plans to upgrade three schools with new classroom technology hardware. Redwood City libraries, Calif., awarded Brainfuse a three-year contract for online homework help.
The Fort Bend, Texas, district is looking to purchase more instructional materials, and Georgia’s Marietta city school system is planning to buy a new learning management system.
Buffalo Public Schools and the Washington Elementary School District #6 in Arizona are in the market for literacy intervention programs. The Fremont Unified School District in California wants a visitor management system and database.
Tulsa Public Schools will purchase a learning management system to support its academic growth plan, and Cincinnati Public Schools wants an administrative management system. Gainesville City Schools, Ga., seeks a vendor to design a website and accompanying mobile app.
A Utah district wants textbooks and software for its tech and engineering CTE program, and a Texas school system seeks a college and career explorer. An Arizona district is looking for web-based, district- and school-level assessments.
North Carolina wants a web-based system to maintain charter school records, and Detroit Public Schools plans to choose an ELA curriculum for grades K-8. A Texas district will purchase computers, mobile devices, and related equipment.
Shelby County Schools, Tenn. wants to manage Head Start data, and Richardson ISD, Tex., will purchase career and technical education coursework. Bend-La Pine Schools, Ore., seeks a K-12 online learning platform.
Twelve vendors were pre-approved to offer K-12 assessments in Virginia districts, and Fairfax County Public Schools, Va., chose a career and technical education assessment provider. Atlanta Public Schools selected two math blended learning solutions.