Massachusetts seeks support of school, district, and state education department’s sustainable improvement efforts, while the Austin, Texas schools want to set up fine arts and creative learning partnerships.
Montgomery County schools in Maryland are scouting for a consultant for English speakers of other languages, while the Denton district in Texas is accepting bids for fine arts supplies.
The Irving school district in Texas needs fine arts instructors, while the Delaware education department wants one or two data and quality tracking platforms for early childhood.
A district in Johnson City, Tenn. and another in Clarke County, Ga. are seeking online learning curriculum and courseware, while the Montgomery County, Md. schools need art tools and supplies.
A Texas district needs a high school online credit recovery program. A Nassau County, N.Y. purchasing cooperative is inviting bids for musical instruments and supplies. And in Des Moines, the district wants partners in creating 21st Century learning centers or full-service schools.
The Gwinnett schools want an assessment platform for testing online and via paper-and-pencil. A Tempe, Ariz., high school district seeks plagiarism software, and Kenosha, Wis., wants PreK-8 online music education tools.
The Ogden, Utah, district needs a platform to support interim and formative assessments, and Alabama officials want help evaluating charter schools.
The Chicago city district is looking for organizations to help develop a culturally-relevant pre-K-12 arts curriculum, and the Rockwood, Mo, schools plan to buy anti-plagiarism software.
Districts from Los Angeles, Calif. to Hoboken, N.J. and Cleveland, Miss. need instructional services, materials and programs for their students.
The Every Student Succeeds Act creates new opportunities for arts programs in K-12, a new report by the Education Commission of the States argues.