The Forsyth County School System in Georgia is interested in potentially buying a learning management system, while the Bryan Independent School District in Texas is looking for art supplies.
A district in Illinois is looking for executive search firms, and a district in Tennessee wants a college readiness exam.
A South Carolina district is hiring a search firm to find a superintendent, and a Connecticut K-12 system is buying a curriculum management audit.
A Utah district is looking to buy a web portal, and a New Mexico school system is looking to contract charter authorization services.
A school district in Pennsylvania plans to buy science supplies and equipment, while a large Florida district anticipates buying musical instruments.
A Kentucky school system is looking for a superintendent search firm, and a district in Virginia is planning to buy math textbooks and materials.
A New Jersey district seeks a local evaluator for afterschool programs, while a Utah district is looking for a secondary social studies curriculum.
The San Antonio Independent School District’s big investment in technology has created new opportunities for instruction, but has also brought hurdles the system is trying to overcome.
A Delaware district is looking for social workers, and a Michigan district wants researchers to evaluate two new programs. A South Carolina school system wants virtual substitute teachers.
A Texas school system is buying instructional materials for career-technical education, and a Tennessee district has put out an RFP for computing devices.