The chief academic officer of a 13,000-student district says he weighs vendor-produced research as he investigates whether a digital product or service is right for students.
The largest school district in Maryland is looking to buy a new student information system, and the Buffalo school district is seeking to buy an array of pre-K resources.
One major Maryland school system is seeking a data management system, while another is seeking a cloud-based video production solution. A South Carolina district, meanwhile, is looking to buy audio-visual equipment.
Investor Jason Palmer and IMS Global Learning Consortium CEO Rob Abel talk about changing district demands for data “interoperability.”
Georgia’s Hall County district is looking to purchase a software solution that meets the school system’s financial, human resources, and operational capabilities.
An Arizona district, in a new RFP, is seeking vendors to assist in aligning instruction with the International Baccalaureate program across a variety of languages.
Companies funded by New Markets Venture Partners will receive help from the IMS Global Learning Consortium on “interoperability,” or district demands for seamless integration of data across ed-tech products.
The state of Indiana needs survey design and implementation services, while Philadelphia is in the market for a proven SEL curriculum and Sacramento wants an LMS for professional development.
Connecticut’s Greenwich schools wants computer and data technology equipment; the Welasco, Texas district is seeking an internet content filtering system; and Queen Anne’s public schools in Maryland needs a new LMS.
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.