Washington State wants to develop a tracking and evaluation system for its “Grow Your Own” educator program. Dallas wants a case management system for special education and IEP data, and Charleston County School District, S.C., seeks an applicant tracking system for recruitment and hiring.
Lawrence Public Schools, Mass., want a management system for special education data. Santa Fe, N.M. schools seek social-emotional learning curricula, and Illinois’ Palatine Community Consolidated School District No. 15 wants a unified teacher and principal evaluation system.
The Organization for Educational Technology and Curriculum wants to establish a price agreement for single sign-on and/or identity access management systems. Clayton County Public Schools, Ga. seeks a vendor to provide interactive whiteboards and other classroom technology, and Cleveland School District, Miss. is looking for a web-based reading system.
Texas plans to purchase math blending learning curricula, in hopes of raising achievement scores in specific districts across the state. The School Board of Broward County, Fla. wants a professional development management system, and Clear Creek Independent School District, Tex. seeks a server update.
The Fort Bend, Texas district is looking for a system to manage out-of-school time programs. Two districts—in Harrison County, Miss., and Obion County, Tenn.—want reading comprehension evaluations.
Indiana is looking to build a statewide English-language learner database, and Colorado wants ad early literacy assessment tool for grades K-3. Hawaii seeks a professional development and an evaluation system.
Districts from Los Angeles, Calif. to Hoboken, N.J. and Cleveland, Miss. need instructional services, materials and programs for their students.
Mississippi searches for applicants to operate 21st Century Community Learning Centers, and Maryland wants a learning management system for its career and technology education pathway.
Videos and books needed in Virginia and West Virginia. Meanwhile, Hawaii wants to find management for information technology providers.
Houston wants instructional materials and assistive technology for special education students, while Denver seeks literacy intervention curricula and a Utah district wants plagiarism detection software.