Vermont is looking for assistance creating a master schedule, and the Hillsborough County School Board in Florida wants an alternative education program for at-risk high school students.
Many states are approving increases in funding for schools, but some districts are wary of adding new programs and services, despite the monetary influx.
The state of Massachusetts needs help developing next-generation assessments for several subjects, and two Texas districts are looking for a continuous improvement consultant and a credit-recovery service.
South Carolina state officials want a vendor to help review an early-childhood program, and the Atlanta district is looking for a visitor-management platform.
Twenty one states today have a process for reviewing districts’ choices of instructional materials, compared with just 14 two years ago, according to the State Educational Technology Directors Association.
Spring Branch ISD seeks post-secondary guidance for high-achieving, under-served students. Virginia’s Richmond County schools want a ClassLink single sign-on system. The Middletown Public Schools, R.I., are looking for a student information system.
A Florida district wants a system to handle up to100,000 students’ information, while the Stamford, Conn. schools are seeking consultants to help manage data. In Texas, the Fort Worth district wants academic/educational consultants.
Norman School District, Okla., is designing a new district-wide website, and Columbia School District, Miss., wants a new internet provider. Henrico County, Va., picked a summer reading book supplier for elementary schools.
Houston schools are seeking an SEL curriculum aligned to CASEL standards, and Mission Consolidated Independent School District, Calif., wants a reading screener and intervention program for pre-K-8. Baltimore schools chose two vendors to provide literacy professional development.
A school district in Tacoma, Wash., is looking for a social-emotional health curriculum for grades K-5, and the state of Delaware has selected eight vendors to provide materials aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards.