A curriculum is only as good as the motivation school districts have to use it. More and more, districts want materials that are highly rated, culturally responsive, and allow for collaborative professional learning experiences—materials designed not only for today’s needs but for the future demands of districts. But companies also need to be attuned to…
A school system in Missouri needs a transportation routing software, and the Des Moines, Iowa, district is seeking vendors to help with out-of-school programs.
A Missouri district has put out an RFP for an automatic notification system to parents, and a Texas district is buying a dyslexia program for Spanish speaking students.
The Los Angeles Unified School District is buying PD focused on promoting alignment to state academic standards, and a Georgia school system needs game-based STEM learning software.
A N.J. district is looking to buy a digital learning platform, and the largest school system in Tennessee needs an online system for English learners.
Districts want vendors to be proactive in the face of disappointing analytics that show teachers and students aren’t engaging with a digital tool.
The Plano, Texas school system is in the market for a student online payment solution; a school district in Missouri wants K-12 planning consultant services; and the Pittsburgh public school district seeks a live-streaming virtual instruction program.
Todd Brekhus, the chief product officer at Renaissance, has been on both sides of major acquisitions in the education field and reveals his top pieces of advice.
A social-emotional learning curriculum is needed in Wake County, N.C., while an Arizona school system needs help revising its English language immersion program.
The El Monte Union High School District has put out an RFP for a student information system.