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.
Districts in California, Washington state, and Massachusetts are looking for software platforms to help with a variety of administrative and academic functions.
The Fort Bend, Texas district is looking for a system to manage out-of-school time programs. Two districts—in Harrison County, Miss., and Obion County, Tenn.—want reading comprehension evaluations.
A Mississippi school district is looking for language arts and math curricula, and a Tennessee county board of education has its sights on buying college- and career-readiness software.
The Phoenix Union High School District in Arizona is seeking software to manage expenses, and the Raymondville school system in Texas needs network installation and repair.
A Missouri district wants charging hubs for multiple devices, and the Austin school system is looking for an employee counseling program and virtual mental health resources.
Schools call for digital communication, notification system, high-speed internet and VoIP services.
Roughly 1 in 3 ed-tech leaders mentioned the need to update outdated administrative hardware, according to a survey by the Education Week Research Center and CoSN.
A Wisconsin district wants to lease devices and Ohio’s Columbus city school district is seeking an individualized typing program.
Small school districts are banding together into “clusters” to pump up their purchasing power, establish faster buying decisions, and provide useful feedback to education companies.