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.
The Fort Bend, Texas, district is looking to purchase more instructional materials, and Georgia’s Marietta city school system is planning to buy a new learning management system.
Buffalo Public Schools and the Washington Elementary School District #6 in Arizona are in the market for literacy intervention programs. The Fremont Unified School District in California wants a visitor management system and database.
Tulsa Public Schools will purchase a learning management system to support its academic growth plan, and Cincinnati Public Schools wants an administrative management system. Gainesville City Schools, Ga., seeks a vendor to design a website and accompanying mobile app.
A Utah district wants textbooks and software for its tech and engineering CTE program, and a Texas school system seeks a college and career explorer. An Arizona district is looking for web-based, district- and school-level assessments.
North Carolina wants a web-based system to maintain charter school records, and Detroit Public Schools plans to choose an ELA curriculum for grades K-8. A Texas district will purchase computers, mobile devices, and related equipment.
A Colorado school system is looking for a management system to track visitors, and Connecticut district wants help with a search for a superintendent.
Shelby County Schools, Tenn. wants to manage Head Start data, and Richardson ISD, Tex., will purchase career and technical education coursework. Bend-La Pine Schools, Ore., seeks a K-12 online learning platform.
Twelve vendors were pre-approved to offer K-12 assessments in Virginia districts, and Fairfax County Public Schools, Va., chose a career and technical education assessment provider. Atlanta Public Schools selected two math blended learning solutions.
Indiana’s Department of Education seeks a statewide English-language learner database, while districts in Colorado and Texas want software for school operations.