The Forsyth County School System in Georgia is interested in potentially buying a learning management system, while the Bryan Independent School District in Texas is looking for art supplies.
Investment in student information systems and analytical tools has soared during COVID-19 and is poised to continue for years to come, predicts Futuresource Consulting.
The pandemic has laid bare needs that education companies are trying to address with new collaborations and partnerships.
The communication platform, which has become essential for many schools, is eyeing expansion and partnerships with K-12 companies.
Education companies that either weren’t involved in education at all, or had a relatively narrow interest in it, are finding ways to serve the market during COVID-19.
An education service center based in Houston wants bids from LMS providers, and the Providence school system is looking to purchase a curriculum-management platform.
A Washington, D.C.-based startup is adding learning functionalities to Zoom, and India’s ed-tech industry raised $1 billion during the last six months of the country’s financial year.
PowerSchool’s Hardeep Gulati describes shifts he’s seen in K-12 demand since his company’s acquisition of LMS provider Schoology.
The Hillsborough County school system in Florida is in the market for teachers for the visually impaired, while a Texas district seeks a learning management system.
Despite broad economic uncertainty, the international education market offers opportunities for vendors who choose the right countries with the right strategies.