School districts and private schools can now join colleges by providing virtual reality experiences of their campuses to attract international students through the U.S. Commercial Service.
The Talladega, Ala., County School District has a big footprint in the national conversation about advancing STEM for its students.
A nearly three-fold increase in appropriations for the Title IV-A block grant in the new federal budget means many districts can dedicate more funds to ed-tech training for teachers.
A Colorado school system is looking for a management system to track visitors, and Connecticut district wants help with a search for a superintendent.
Hawaii’s Education Department seeks community learning centers, while Atlanta wants summer programs and a Minnesota district is in the market for wireless networking.
New York’s state education department requests summer college-prep programs for deaf students, while an Alaska district is looking for a student information system, and a rural Missouri district wants new networking equipment.
A Massachusetts district seeks a learning management system, while systems in Dallas and San Antonio target digital management of health and police records.
A Florida school district is looking for a centralized platform to host a variety of academic information, and a Connecticut system needs anti-virus software.
A New Jersey district seeks a student information system, while an Oregon district wants an LMS and a large Alabama district is seeking a wireless internet network.
A major South Florida district wants to buy a plagiarism-detection software solution, while a Michigan public school and Tennessee school district are looking for digital tools to complement their curricula.