A county in New York is looking for tutoring services for K-12 students, while a California school system seeks remote workforce monitoring software.
A school system in Georgia is looking for a substitute management software program, while a California district seeks after-school programs.
A district in Rhode Island is looking for a human resources reorganization and strategic planning, while a Texas school system seeks a language proficiency program management system.
The largest district in North Carolina is looking for world language software, while a Texas school system seeks superintendent search services.
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The Seattle schools are investing in literacy intervention services and related professional development, and a New York regional educational services agency is looking for web-based human-resources software.
The Springfield, Mo., school district is looking to buy an information management system, and a charter school network in Louisiana plans to buy a new HR platform.
Districts seek ed-tech businesses to provide systems in early childhood learning, organizing human resource tasks, and enterprise networking.