The largest district in Texas wants online coursework and digital textbooks. Florida’s Duval County schools seeks a web-based assessment and data system, and a Washington state education agency will buy a parent-communication platform.
The state of Georgia is interested in a new learning management system for its online program, and a Virginia school district looks to buy AP courses.
The Chicago city district is looking for organizations to help develop a culturally-relevant pre-K-12 arts curriculum, and the Rockwood, Mo, schools plan to buy anti-plagiarism software.
The state of Missouri is seeking an online program to introduce students to STEM careers, and the Plano, Texas, school systems has put out an RFP for reading, writing, science, social studies, and math materials.
In New Mexico, one of the largest school districts in the nation is seeking a math-focused web-based learning system, and Virginia-based public school systems have put out a pair of requests for proposals, one for an educational and behavioral support services program, the other for a school enrichment program.
The Dallas Independent School District wants bids to provide a host of college-planning services, and the Guilford, N.C., schools is planning a big purchases of tech devices.
The largest district in California is planning to buy a digital sign-in system for after-school programs, and the Buffalo, N.Y., schools want supplemental literacy lessons.
The Broward County, Fla., school district is planning to buy a student information system, and the Madison, Wis., schools needs to purchase a measurement tool for students with disabilities.
The Howard County, Md., districts is looking for vendor to evaluate various K-12 programs, and a Phoenix-area K-12 system wants textbooks across subjects.
The Federal Way system in Washington will expand its wireless network to accommodate more mobile devices; a New Hampshire district seeks a new website; and a Georgia district wants new Chromebooks and arts.