Vermont is looking for assistance creating a master schedule, and the Hillsborough County School Board in Florida wants an alternative education program for at-risk high school students.
South Carolina state officials want a vendor to help review an early-childhood program, and the Atlanta district is looking for a visitor-management platform.
Spring Branch ISD seeks post-secondary guidance for high-achieving, under-served students. Virginia’s Richmond County schools want a ClassLink single sign-on system. The Middletown Public Schools, R.I., are looking for a student information system.
Learning analytics companies, vendors selling directly to teachers in the K-12 market, and smaller providers could face challenges complying with the sweeping new policy.
In this week’s dealmaking news, Frontline Education announced plans to acquire K-12 business information systems provider Prologic. Also, New Markets Venture Partners closed a $68 million fund focused on education technology and innovation.
Idaho plans to implement a teacher evaluation platform for 168 school districts and charters, and Brevard County Schools, Fla., wants web-based grade book software. Twin Rivers USD, Calif., purchased a CMS from CatapultK12.
Knoxville area schools seek software to identify student skill gaps, and New Jersey’s Bridgewater-Raritan district plans to purchase a new student information system. Montgomery County Schools, Md., chose Episerver to provide a district-wide content management system.
Massachusetts is looking for a platform to prepare qualified early childhood teachers, and Florida’s Seminole County district wants a web content filtering system. In California, Cajon Valley schools chose a vendor to install multimedia displays.
The Hillsborough, Fla. district is seeking one SIS for pre-K-12 and another for career/technical education. Dallas, Texas wants a software management system for student dietary restrictions. And a Georgia district chose Prosys Information Systems to configure Chromebooks.
Broward wants a consultant experienced in district-wide personalized learning adoptions, and Detroit schools plan to purchase blended learning literacy materials for students in grades 9-12. United ISD, Tex., selected an LMS vendor.