A school system in Tennessee will buy a student online assessment, intervention and adaptive instructional software; the Richmond, Va. district is in the market for multi-sensory language instructional tools; and a Utah school system wants a student assessment and data management solution.
A school system in South Carolina is in the market for a paperless student referral system while a school district in Missouri wants an LMS. A school system in Texas wants a data collection system that can monitor various platforms for threats.
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The Los Angeles Unified School System is in need of professional development services for private schools it serves with federal funds, and the Baltimore city schools are looking for project management consulting.
Four California districts, serving 140,000 students, are buying ed-tech cooperatively through the Education Technology Joint Powers Authority, and other K-12 systems are poised to sign up.
Illinois state officials plan to purchase a new statewide science assessment, and an Arizona district is buying a PD and employee evaluation tool.
The Wilson County district helped educators find and use more of the learning resources available to them by enlisting master teachers to review content and tag it for use in classes,
The Metro Nashville schools need a platform for English learners’ individual learning plans, while the Henry County, Ga. district wants an LMS and the state of Washington seeks professional development consultants.
A pair of Texas districts are planning to buy data systems focused improving student achievement and operations, and on attendance, respectively; and an urban New Jersey system needs energy-related science equipment.
The Philadelphia school district is requesting vendors to provide help with a $19 million after-school program; the Twin Lakes, Calif., district is also looking for companies to help with after-school strategy.