The former president told the crowd of education business leaders that the controversial federal law he championed was “one of the great pieces of civil rights legislation.”
Santa Rosa County schools want test prep courses for students taking industry certification exams, and Utah’s Nebo district seeks a facility management software system. Albuquerque schools chose 10 book vendors.
Philadelphia public schools wants tutoring and post-secondary prep programming. Los Angeles Unified School District is looking for a contractor to develop a content management system and mobile app.
DeKalb county schools wants a single sign-on solution, and Phoenix Union High School District seeks a web-based writing platform with plagiarism detection capabilities.
Baltimore is looking for new literacy curricula for use in 136 schools, and Spokane Public Schools, Wash., plans to purchase a post-secondary explorer and planning tool. Newport News Public Schools, Va., will pilot online writing platform NoRedInk.
Buffalo Public Schools and the Washington Elementary School District #6 in Arizona are in the market for literacy intervention programs. The Fremont Unified School District in California wants a visitor management system and database.
North Carolina wants a web-based system to maintain charter school records, and Detroit Public Schools plans to choose an ELA curriculum for grades K-8. A Texas district will purchase computers, mobile devices, and related equipment.
The Injini program, which describes itself as Africa’s first ed-tech incubator, is trying to support businesses that can have a transformative effect on learning across the the continent.
The Philadelphia school district is seeking a resource-planning system, and a Florida school system wants to buy an assortment of tech devices and software.
School districts are looking for business simulation software for students, a reading software subscription service, and a learning program for interactive flat panels.