An Atlanta-area school district is looking for a system to help monitor social media threats, and another Georgia system wants to purchase desktop devices.
The Springfield, Mo., school district is looking to buy an information management system, and a charter school network in Louisiana plans to buy a new HR platform.
The Fairfax, Va. school system needs laptops for a 1-to-1 computing program, while the Palm Beach, Fla. school district is requesting information about specialized education management systems. Also, the Nashville district is looking to purchase evidence-based interventions.
Missouri districts in Springfield and Rockwood need mental health services and a social media monitoring tool, while a New York’s Buffalo district looks to buy AP books.
The fourth-largest school system in the country is seeking a mental wellness curriculum, while a 21,000-student Missouri district plans to purchases virtual and augmented reality devices.
Georgia’s Hall County district is looking to purchase a software solution that meets the school system’s financial, human resources, and operational capabilities.
A Washington state district will buy new math curricula and a Reno, Nev. district wants literacy software. A Texas district seeks a credit recovery program.
Hawaii is looking for PD focused on computer science, and a Tennessee district is planning to buy formative assessments.
A Texas district seeks upgraded security on campuses; the Loudon, Va. school system will buy new history and social science materials; Antioch, Calif. schools want new educational, behavioral and therapeutic supports for students with disabilities.
A Utah school system is looking to purchase student enrollment software, and a Texas district has awarded IXL Learning a three-year contract for online math resources.