School systems’ relatively long purchasing cycles and contracts with vendors may help stave off immediate pain, but not forever.
A district in Michigan is looking for phonics and reading software, while a Virginia district seeks K-5 language arts materials.
A district in Texas is looking for out-of-school programs, while a Louisiana district seeks an employee assistance program.
The Virginia Department of Education is looking for academic consulting, while a district in Mississippi seeks student assessment software.
A district in Missouri is looking for fiberoptic infrastructure design and construction, while a cooperative in Washington seeks special education services.
A district in New Mexico is looking to buy tutoring services, while a district in California is seeking a supplemental SEL curriculum.
A district in Virginia is looking for world language resources, while a system in Texas seeks professional development in literacy.
A district in Illinois is looking for professional learning consulting while a system in Texas seeks master teacher initiative analytics.
A district in Arizona is looking for tutoring services while a school system in Maryland seeks an elementary math program.
A district in Georgia is looking for a classroom management program while a system in Texas seeks music education software.