A Texas district will purchase online courses for a learning platform, while Virginia’s third-largest school division wants a social-emotional curriculum.
The Madison County, Georgia, district is buying a literacy program, and another Texas system is looking for partners to support non-academic activities.
Education is one of the sectors where augmented reality and virtual reality hardware and content are most likely to be applicable today, according to a new survey.
A Texas district hopes to purchase Chromebooks, while a Mississippi district is requesting a web-based assessment program for ELA and math courses.
The Jersey City, N.J. district wants an assessment management platform and Bridgeton, N.J. schools need hardware, while the Green Bay, Wis. district is seeking after-school programs.
An Illinois district wants smart boards and projection equipment, while a Georgia district is seeking Chromebooks and a North Carolina district wants math materials.
The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) found that more states are providing guidance to help districts select and implement digital instructional materials.
A Georgia district wants to buy a web-based comprehensive college readiness platform, while a Louisiana district is interested in professional development.
A Texas school district hopes to purchase educational software for class use, while a separate district in the state hopes to buy over 600 Chromebooks.
A Texas district is seeking a program for parent engagement; Ohio is looking for a vendor to help with the credentialing of principals and teachers.