The Clear Creek Independent School District in Texas is looking for a student assessment system to analyze data. And Appleton, Wisc. schools want an experienced LMS company.
A New York district is looking for managed network and technology support services. And a Maryland district seeks firewall equipment and services.
A management and circulation system for libraries, and a student information system that can share data is being sought by districts.
A Wisconsin district wants to lease devices and Ohio’s Columbus city school district is seeking an individualized typing program.
The nonprofit venture will award $1.5 million in grants in an effort to fill what it sees as a gap in the ed-tech market for products meant to serve students with special needs.
The Austin school district is looking for desktop and Chromebook computers, while the Fort Zumwalt school system wants increased wireless access.
California district seeks digital notification system and Nashville pursues online credit recovery.
Mississippi’s East Tallahatchie School District seeks wireless support, and a California office of education wants broadband network services.
The FCC has halted a policy that would allow some companies to provide subsidized broadband to low-income households, with the agency’s new chair saying he wants to ensure the program is free of waste, first.
Washington state seeks consultants for social-emotional learning and the Boston school system eyes arts instruction.