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.
Indiana and Vermont are looking for testing vendors to develop K-12 assessments for their respective states. Meanwhile, a Rhode Island district wants a GoGuardian Chromebook management system.
Eau Claire Area School District, Wis., wants student activity registration software, and Jefferson County Public Schools, Ky., seeks a visitor check-in platform.
Districts seek ed-tech businesses to provide systems in early childhood learning, organizing human resource tasks, and enterprise networking.
The Trenton school district wants a platform to manage recruitment and professional growth, and a Texas charter school network seeks blended learning curricula.
A Mississippi school district is looking for language arts and math curricula, and a Tennessee county board of education has its sights on buying college- and career-readiness software.
Maryland’s largest district seeks a middle school online math curriculum, and a Mississippi district wants an online professional learning platform.
Districts seek to acquire Chromebooks and a modern learning management system.
The Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagen Schools looks to buy an adaptive testing program, and the Calif. district is looking for system to manage iPads and MacBooks.
Districts in New Mexico and Oklahoma are making student safety priorities, as one seeks a suicide threat assessment program and another wants a vehicle and student safety telematics solution.