A school system in Florida is looking for special education materials, while a Missouri district seeks a student information system.
A district in Texas is looking for fine arts consulting and materials, while a Rhode Island school system is in the market for career and technical supplies.
A district in California is looking for after-school programming, while a Pennsylvania district seeks a core ELA program for grades K-5.
A $4.6 million grant will support a Southern Education Foundation program that helps school districts put performance-based metrics in contracts.
The state education department in Massachusetts is looking for a summer school literacy and professional learning program, while a coalition in Florida seeks pre-K curriculum and services.
A county in California is looking for an AR/VR solution, while a Louisiana district seeks teacher recruitment and training services.
A North Carolina school system needs an array of mental-health services; and a major Florida district is looking for help with dropout prevention.
When Do School Boards Inject Themselves Into Purchasing Decisions — and Why?
An EdWeek Market Brief Survey Shows That the Panels Take a Stand on High-Dollar and Controversial Items
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked K-12 officials how often school boards get involved in purchasing decisions, and what factors lead them to halt the process.
A district in Georgia is looking for supplemental educational services, while an Indiana school system seeks mental health services.
A district in Florida is looking for Dell Chromebooks, while a New Hampshire school system seeks a career pathways software platform.