Districts are putting big chunks of money into creating centralized electronic management systems for “exceptional students,” including special-needs populations, as is the case in the Miami-Dade County school system. They’re also making big purchases of academic software—two solicitations in this round are focused on math platforms—that are meant to engage students and track their progress in detail …
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