A new ‘Madison Out-of-School Time’ system to track students’ participation in services will be developed in a community-wide collaboration, and a Houston area district wants bids for books.
Officials from Tennessee and Wisconsin told school leaders at the Future of Education Technology Conference how their states are helping districts with ed-tech purchasing.
The international ed-tech market is expanding rapidly, but companies need to be aware of the needs of specific countries and regions, advises a consultant.
Buffalo schools want help screening potential hires and a Virginia district seeks a learning management system.
Rock Hill Schools in South Carolina wants to replace its existing SIS. In Missouri, a St. Louis-area school district is offering vendors a chance to pilot their LMS solutions.
Schoology has won an award worth nearly $300,000 to provide a learning management system to the El Paso, Texas, district.
New York’s district needs a new enrollment management system. In Georgia, a district has issued a series of RFPs seeking pricing for various instructional materials.
Chinese schools, particularly those operated privately, are buying a variety of curricular, ed-tech, and online management products, creating opportunities for foreign companies.
Two experts on predictive analytics outline why it is important for companies to understand how data-prediction tools can seriously change the game for students.
Kamala Harris, a Democrat running for U.S. Senate, issued recommendations for securing sensitive student information out of concern about companies’ potential to collect specific types of data.