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 California district wants to upgrade its internet and telecommunications services, while a Maryland school system wants a product to screen volunteers. A large district in South Carolina is in the market for a reading practice program.
The Poudre school district, a 27,000-student system in Colorado, is planning to buy a reading curriculum, assessment, and PD program.
The second-largest school district in the country is looking for elementary literacy assessments, and two school systems in New Jersey are buying records-management platforms.
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.
The Seattle schools are investing in literacy intervention services and related professional development, and a New York regional educational services agency is looking for web-based human-resources software.
Nearly half of Chicago teachers say they do not have curriculum available in the subject they teach. The Curriculum Equity Initiative, with a new curriculum, assessments, and data analytics, is the district’s response.
The state of New Mexico is making a major purchase of state assessments, and the Chicago schools want bids to create an e-commerce marketplace.
Chicago schools need a system for managing their contractors, while a Mississippi district is requesting professional development. Meanwhile, a Texas district is seeking academic and educational consultant services.
The state of Massachusetts will fund proposals for STEM curriculum, and a Maryland school system is preparing to make a big purchase of science kits.