The nation’s sixth largest school district needs cloud hosting, and a Connecticut district wants before- and after-school care,
A Tennessee district is looking to buy a special education early intervention program, and a major California consortium has purchased a student information system.
A New Jersey district wants a data management system, and a Mississippi school system is planning to buy a blended learning program.
Locating consultants to help with schools’ continuous improvement is a priority for Washington, while the Douglas County district in Georgia is looking for bids on Google Suite for Education.
K-12 superintendents from several U.S. regions expressed dissatisfaction with education vendors’ marketing campaigns amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new survey says.
The Omaha, Neb. district is seeking literacy materials, while a district in Washington Township, N.J. wants online assessment and instruction.
A Georgia district wants a cloud-based LMS to handle the demands of hybrid and online learning, and an Iowa school system is buying school-based social-emotional services.
Saint Paul schools are in the market for a vendor to provide background checks, while the Education Technology Joint Powers Authority is seeking media repositories. A Texas district wants quotes on technology for new campuses.
State funding for K-12 is likely to fall sharply, though districts could look to protect essentials like distance-learning support and professional development, says school finance expert Mike Griffith.
The Round Rock Independent School District in Texas is looking for a digital curriculum and blended learning program. Baltimore is looking for a comprehensive high school literacy program.