A Georgia district needs literacy instruction materials for students with disabilities, and a Missouri district wants to buy visitor management system. A Texas district seeks career-technical education materials.
The Round Rock, Texas school district is offering a five-year contract for a career- and college-readiness provider; a Virginia district seeks to upgrade its digital infrastructure; and the Buffalo district wants new audio-visual equipment.
One major Maryland school system is seeking a data management system, while another is seeking a cloud-based video production solution. A South Carolina district, meanwhile, is looking to buy audio-visual equipment.
Data network overhaul and device insurance. The Buffalo, N.Y., school district is looking for an update of its district-wide routing system; Washington, D.C., charter schools need insurance for Chromebooks and Macbooks; and the Fort Collins, Colo., school system is seeking a WiFi redesign. Recent Solicitations Active/upcoming solicitations for goods/services Buffalo Public Schools, New York Focus: Data network…
The Kansas City district is looking to buy Chromebooks for their high schools. A Colorado district needs a content management system, while Maryland’s Baltimore County schools are seeking K-5 reading materials.
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.