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.
In Arlington, Va., district officials are in the market for a comprehensive English/language arts adaptive learning and testing product. In Texas, the state wants a reviewer to evaluate the strength of charter school applications.
Vermont wants a company to build it a website for open educational resources, for free. A New Jersey district is looking for instructional materials and PD services to help educators whose students struggle with phonetics.
Philadelphia’s school district is looking for consultants to help fill senior positions. A Wisconsin district wants consultants to evaluate the effectiveness of its K-5 mathematics offerings.
Prince William County, Va. schools are soliciting for inventories of school supplies as part of a purchasing consortium, while Richmond, Va.’s district just bought educational support services for its at-risk students.
Florida’s fourth-largest district chose 12 vendors for targeted interventions. In New Mexico, a district renewed a company’s contract for registration management software, but will issue an RFP next year to consider new vendors.
An RFP put out by the nation’s largest school district would have vendors create individualized educational plans for students. Also, a district just north of Detroit wants software to keep track of its students’ extra-curricular activities.
Atlanta’s district has issued an RFQ focused on a range of STEM products, and the Pittsburgh district needs PD for an unusual audience: school board members.
A Maryland school system is looking for a broad array of print textbook content, and New York state is awarding $95 million in school improvement grants.