A Florida school system is looking for tutoring services to help non-public school students, and a New Mexico system wants to hire an evaluator of one of its academic programs.
A newly released survey of school officials focused on the E-rate program underscores worries about students’ lack of internet access at home.
EdWeek Market Brief asked education company officials about their predictions for how school district demands for products will evolve during the coming academic year.
A district in South Carolina is looking for an online student registration system, while a system in Texas seeks multi-factor authentication solutions.
A Florida school system is looking for a vendor to help with technology risk assessment, and a Missouri system needs help evaluating its plans for spending federal stimulus dollars.
A Texas district is looking for mobile phones and broadband data, and a Missouri district wants a hardware-based firewall system.
A New York district is looking for managed network and technology support services. And a Maryland district seeks firewall equipment and services.
The fastest growth in procurement solicitations in the third quarter of 2016 was for “public safety” equipment and services, while cybersecurity gets E-rate funding.