New York state is looking for a management system focused on childhood nutrition, and New Jersey has chosen the UChicago Impact to develop an elementary literacy tool.
A Missouri district chooses Frontline to help manage and track its substitute teachers. Virginia aims to offer a voluntary statewide special education system to better coordinate local data by January 2017.
The Evaluation Systems Group of Pearson will redevelop California’s teacher credentialing evaluations and create administrator assessments while a district in Washington state with an inefficient student information system wants a new provider.
After more than a year of contraction, American PC shipments grew in the second quarter of 2016 following a slowdown in domestic K-12 market growth.
Tennessee has hired Questar to give state exams, and in Utah, the Waterford Institute won a big government grant to expand online pre-K education.
The Frederick, Va., schools award a $3 million contract for software-as-a-service; and a San Antonio-area system looks for Web programming and maintenance help.
A major school district in Texas puts out a general call for software and an Ohio district seals a deal to design online curriculum.
Massachusetts officials have hired an organization to develop reports that can help local school systems allocate resources wisely.
An Illinois consortium of public and private schools is looking to buy Chromebooks, and New York officials need help revamping their teacher-evaluation system.
Missouri is looking to revamp its agricultural curriculum, to address what department of education officials say is a vital piece of the state’s economy.