Byju’s, an India-based company that has attracted a torrent of venture capital, is poised to sell its mobile learning app to U.S. parents, and potentially schools.
One of Arizona’s largest school districts searches for an online learning platform, and a California district seeks an educator effectiveness data system. Cincinnati is looking for an English/language arts resource.
The Talladega, Ala., County School District has a big footprint in the national conversation about advancing STEM for its students.
Harris County wants to manage enrollment data for students in after-school programs, and Edinburg schools requires elementary reading and math software.
The South Carolina district is planning to undertake a website transformation, and the Special School District of St. Louis County, Mo., wants tailor-made learning software for students with disabilities.
In New Mexico, one of the largest school districts in the nation is seeking a math-focused web-based learning system, and Virginia-based public school systems have put out a pair of requests for proposals, one for an educational and behavioral support services program, the other for a school enrichment program.
Kentucky’s Fayette County is looking to buy a K-8 STEM program for girls; and an Alabama school system is planning a big Chromebook purchase.
Texas is one of the biggest K-12 markets in the country and recently released its list of approved educational materials.
James Burnett spent years doing professional development in the U.S. before selling his first product here. Now his company is working in all 50 states and 14 countries.
A Utah school system is looking to purchase student enrollment software, and a Texas district has awarded IXL Learning a three-year contract for online math resources.