Anchorage’s school district is casting a wide net for vendors with expertise helping students in all subject areas. New Hampshire officials chose two vendors to help improve the state’s special education offerings for preschoolers.
Delaware officials need help designing online tests in social studies, and Alexandria, Va., officials want vendors’ proposals for interactive STEM modules.
Milwaukee has issued an RFP for test-prep help associated with the ACT, and Pennsylvania officials are looking for professional development on how to use an online portal tied to academic standards.
The Tipton County, Tenn. district wants a web-based curriculum and the Los Angeles Unified district is seeking new digital software and applications that comply with state standards.
The San Antonio School District is looking for a full-service, web-based library management system to centrally automate textbooks and expand library e-book offerings.
In assessment news, South Carolina wants to scrutinize some of its tests, and Pearson PLC is teed up for a $13.4 million, six-year New York City schools contract.
Measured Progress won the contract, and will collaborate with subcontractors—including Pearson Education North America.
Catapult Learning has secured a potential $17.5 million contract with the DOD schools; the Alexandria, Va., system has issued an request for information on summative assessments.
The Pasco, Wash., district is looking for intervention programs in algebra, and the Denver schools need middle school social studies curriculum.
New Haven schools are looking for an online platform with courses for credit recovery, and an Illinois district chose three providers for English/language arts materials.