Districts need blended learning and nutrition software licenses. Utah and Texas districts seek software licenses for blended learning and nutrition. Also, another Texas district needs special education services.
Connecticut’s Greenwich schools wants computer and data technology equipment; the Welasco, Texas district is seeking an internet content filtering system; and Queen Anne’s public schools in Maryland needs a new LMS.
A New Jersey district is seeking special education auditing services, and the Austin Independent School district is looking for software focused on its special-needs population. The Minnesota Department of Education, meanwhile, is in the market for technical services focused on teacher licensing.
A regional education service agency in Texas seeks online career guidance, and Delaware is vetting educational consultants. In Georgia, a new STEM high school is being built.
A Texas district is looking for an online instructional program in elementary schools, and a Tennessee school system wants a digital literacy platform, while a Virginia district needs special education services.
The state of New Mexico will hire a vendor to administer tests in science and Spanish, and the Anderson School District Number Five in South Carolina wants to buy an online visitor management system.
The San Antonio school system needs a contractor to help strengthen ties between K-12 career-and-tech programs and the workforce. Mississippi state officials, meanwhile, want to assist districts that are piloting programs for students with dyslexia
ATexas school district is seeking an after-school Spanish program. Also, a San Diego-based district awarded a contract for upgrading its security video systems.
Virginia state education officials want a content management system open educational resources; and a Utah district is looking to buy human resources management software.
Vermont is looking for assistance creating a master schedule, and the Hillsborough County School Board in Florida wants an alternative education program for at-risk high school students.