The Cobb County, Ga., school system is buying management software for childcare programs, and a New York regional services agency needs data analytics for its districts.
The most widely read stories of the past year focused on fast-growing companies, trends in investment, and strategic advice for education companies.
The largest school system in Virginia is looking to arrange a contract for the delivery of digital education content, and a South Carolina district is purchasing a student online registration system.
IBM is working with a consortium of organizations that are seeking to create a “learning credential blockchain” for education.
An Arizona school system wants to adopt textbooks for advanced high school math courses, and a California K-12 purchasing cooperative is seeking a student information system.
The Baltimore city schools are planning to buy math and literacy intervention programs, and a New Jersey district is looking for professional development on social-emotional learning, mental health and other issues.
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.
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.
Four out of five ed-tech products and services reviewed by Common Sense Media don’t meet minimum standards to safeguard student data privacy, the organization says.