Florida’s fourth-largest district chose 12 vendors for targeted interventions. In New Mexico, a district renewed a company’s contract for registration management software, but will issue an RFP next year to consider new vendors.
An RFP put out by the nation’s largest school district would have vendors create individualized educational plans for students. Also, a district just north of Detroit wants software to keep track of its students’ extra-curricular activities.
Atlanta’s district has issued an RFQ focused on a range of STEM products, and the Pittsburgh district needs PD for an unusual audience: school board members.
A Maryland school system is looking for a broad array of print textbook content, and New York state is awarding $95 million in school improvement grants.
The state of Indiana needs a vendor to help with major assessment work, and the Chicago schools need help with parent engagement.
A consortium of rural Florida districts seeks help with organizing electronic records and Howard County is looking for a PD provider.
Anchorage’s school district is casting a wide net for vendors with expertise helping students in all subject areas. New Hampshire officials chose two vendors to help improve the state’s special education offerings for preschoolers.
Delaware officials need help designing online tests in social studies, and Alexandria, Va., officials want vendors’ proposals for interactive STEM modules.
Milwaukee has issued an RFP for test-prep help associated with the ACT, and Pennsylvania officials are looking for professional development on how to use an online portal tied to academic standards.
The Tipton County, Tenn. district wants a web-based curriculum and the Los Angeles Unified district is seeking new digital software and applications that comply with state standards.