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.
Renaissance has acquired Early Learning Labs, while Nearpod will acquire Flocabulary and Instructure is purchasing MasteryConnect.
Nearly 1 in 3 district leaders said they could not find good technology-driven curricula or curricular resources, according to a survey of 500 district leaders by the Education Week Research Center.
Presidential contender Elizabeth Warren wants Google, Amazon, and Facebook regulated as “platform utilities.” What would that mean for the companies’ roles in education?
Troubles with New York City’s special education student information system are prompting a search for a new one. Districts across the U.S. are often in the market for similar systems for all students.
The Natick, Mass., district counts on teachers to help evaluate ed-tech products, and it is trying to bring more data analysis to that process.
A survey of more than 500 district leaders found that cost and integration with the student information system are school district leaders’ top considerations when selecting an LMS.
A San Antonio-area district seeks an instructional platform, and a school system in the St. Louis area wants a tool to detect and quarantine online threats.