Districts across the U.S. are looking for ed-tech. In San Francisco, it’s a platform to prepare students for college and careers. In Maryland, it’s adaptive software for elementary literacy.
The leaders of a Phoenix, Ariz.-area school system want help introducing their educators to project-based learning. And state officials in Delaware want help with school-based health services.
A sizable professional development RFP is available in Louisiana, while a Texas district seeks qualified behavior analysts.
Birmingham’s district is looking to open dual Spanish-English immersion charters. In Denver, grants for after-school programs are up for grabs.
New York’s district needs a new enrollment management system. In Georgia, a district has issued a series of RFPs seeking pricing for various instructional materials.
Officials in Austin want their new health literacy program to be web-based. In Stamford, Conn., district officials are seeking a new social studies curriculum.
Officials in Olympia are seeking contractors to help produce state science assessments scheduled to roll out in 2018. In Georgia, a school district is looking to upgrade its 1-to-1 program with new devices for students.
Howard County is seeking a vendor to help evaluate students for gifted and talented placement, and a Texas district wants help reviewing its compliance with state grants.
The district that serves Iowa’s capital city has established a task force to pick new textbooks for its elementary school science curriculum. A New Jersey district is in the market for laptops and desktops.
A large Texas district is in the market for a new student information system. Buffalo’s school district found a vendor to develop a student ranking system.