The U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance “is not looking for any old proposal,” a major contractor told attendees of the recent ED Games Expo.
The Clayton County district in Georgia is looking for book jobber services from qualified firms. Delaware’s Department of Education needs PD services for teachers, while the St. Louis Board of Education is looking for instructional materials and training in mathematics for grades 3-8.
The Gwinnett schools want an assessment platform for testing online and via paper-and-pencil. A Tempe, Ariz., high school district seeks plagiarism software, and Kenosha, Wis., wants PreK-8 online music education tools.
An LMS is sought for a New York statewide contract. Richmond, Va., Public Schools needs a K-8 English/language arts and mathematics curriculum, while Springfield, Mo., is seeking a proposal from qualified firms to audit its elementary math and secondary ELA program.
The Austin school system is looking for an instructional assessment and learning management software for its career and technical education program.
A Texas district wants PD training and leadership coaching in five subject areas, while Jersey City schools need PD to help teachers assisting at-risk students. A Virginia school system wants an electronic student records storage system.
A Memphis, Tenn., school system wants an integrated library and textbook automation system, and the Cincinnati Public Schools is looking for a mobile integration of its various tech platforms.
The largest school system in Virginia is looking to arrange a contract for the delivery of digital education content, and a South Carolina district is purchasing a student online registration system.
Deloitte named its 500 fastest-growing tech companies in North America. Thirty-nine of them touch the world of education in ways big or small.
A South Carolina district wants a mass notification system, and a Louisana school system seeks a crisis intervention program and behavior management training, while a Missouri district plans to assess its technology department’s services.