In the latest K-12 dealmaking news, major assessment and analytics provider Renaissance has snapped up data company Schoolzilla, and the child care-focused company Winnie has raised $9 million.
Schoology and PowerSchool says they serve many of the same K-12 customers now, and that the acquisition will bring an array of new functions to each company’s platforms.
The Los Angeles Unified School District needs a software asset management and discovery solution, and the Broward County, Fla., schools are interested in buying a mental-health curriculum.
HMH is reducing its workforce by the end of 2019 and spending less on content development over the next three years, the company has announced.
NWEA will run pilots in two states in an effort to replace summative testing with three interim tests given throughout a school year.
Too many curriculum materials attempt to align to academic standards but fail to address the depth of their content, say administrators from the Cherry Hill Public School District.
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.