North Carolina’s largest district plans to purchase core math curriculum, while a Wisconsin district intends to buy English language development curricula for middle and high school.
Lawyers, consultants, and others who advise education companies say there are clear steps businesses can take to make sure their work isn’t ripped off.
A district in Utah is looking to purchase a K-12 student information system, while a Texas district is in the market for special education supplies and an equipment catalog.
DreamBox Learning is acquiring the well-known adaptive literacy program, Reading Plus, marking the ed-tech provider’s expansion into reading curriculum.
A Washington state district is buying a progress-monitoring system, and a Georgia school system is looking for tutoring support.
A district in Virginia is seeking consultation services to review its literacy program, while a district in Texas issued an RFP for a web-based social-emotional learning program.
A district in Texas is buying a teacher candidate assessment tool, while a district in Pennsylvania issued an RFP for web-based curriculum courseware.
A Philadelphia area district is looking for web-based literacy programs, while a California district is seeking student support services and professional development.
A New Mexico district is looking for a reading and math intervention program, while a New Jersey district is looking for student support services.
Even as internet access for students away from school has increased, many lack the robust connectivity to upload content and do other bandwidth-intensive work, a survey by the Consortium for School Networking finds.