Region 4 Education Service Center seeks data management assistance, and Northwest Independent School District is looking for instructional software and equipment for career technical education courses. Cobb county schools, Ga., purchased software to facilitate classroom screen sharing.
The Hamilton Count, Tenn district is creating a roster of pre-approved digital instructional materials, and the Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District in Michigan wants career tech engineering equipment. Maryland’s Frederick County schools will implement Schoology as its LMS.
Philadelphia seeks a data management system across four preschool programs, and the Tacoma, Wash. district wants a science curriculum. EDCO Education will provide large projection systems for schools in Fayette County, Ga.
Kenosha, Wisc. schools want help managing student data, while the Dayton, Ohio, district seeks a contractor to manage the district’s in-house and third-party applications. In South Carolina, the Charleston County district chose security tracking software.
The Norfolk public schools, in Virginia, is seeking a system to manage teacher PD, and the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw school district, in Texas, wants to buy interactive classroom boards.
Philadelphia public schools wants tutoring and post-secondary prep programming. Los Angeles Unified School District is looking for a contractor to develop a content management system and mobile app.
DeKalb county schools wants a single sign-on solution, and Phoenix Union High School District seeks a web-based writing platform with plagiarism detection capabilities.
Baltimore is looking for new literacy curricula for use in 136 schools, and Spokane Public Schools, Wash., plans to purchase a post-secondary explorer and planning tool. Newport News Public Schools, Va., will pilot online writing platform NoRedInk.
The San Antonio, Texas, school system is looking to buy a college and career readiness program. And in recent awards, the Lexington county schools in South Carolina chose Studica to furnish robotics kits.
Phoenix Public Libraries wants hands-on STEM materials, and Pennfield School District, Mich., plans to upgrade three schools with new classroom technology hardware. Redwood City libraries, Calif., awarded Brainfuse a three-year contract for online homework help.