A pair of Texas districts are planning to buy data systems focused improving student achievement and operations, and on attendance, respectively; and an urban New Jersey system needs energy-related science equipment.
The Buffalo, N.Y., district is seeking an online mathematics intervention program, and the Florida Virtual School needs virtual therapy services for its students.
The Metro Nashville district and Baltimore City schools are in the market for student assessment platforms, while a district in New York needs special education services.
The El Paso district in Texas and the Bristol City, Tenn. school system want social-emotional learning programs, while the Christina, Del. district needs a comprehensive web-based educational program.
The Chicago schools are purchasing a college- and career-readiness program, and the Atlanta district is buying an after-school program.
The Philadelphia school district is requesting vendors to provide help with a $19 million after-school program; the Twin Lakes, Calif., district is also looking for companies to help with after-school strategy.
A Texas district will purchase online courses for a learning platform, while Virginia’s third-largest school division wants a social-emotional curriculum.
The Madison County, Georgia, district is buying a literacy program, and another Texas system is looking for partners to support non-academic activities.
A Texas district hopes to purchase Chromebooks, while a Mississippi district is requesting a web-based assessment program for ELA and math courses.
The Jersey City, N.J. district wants an assessment management platform and Bridgeton, N.J. schools need hardware, while the Green Bay, Wis. district is seeking after-school programs.