A district in Washington has issued an RFP for high school science curricula, and a district in Texas is looking for a credit recovery program.
The future of the science education is likely to be blend of hands-on and digital components, predicts Christine Anne Royce, the past president of the National Science Teaching Association.
A Virginia district is looking to award a yearly contract for classroom science supplies, and a major purchasing cooperative in California is searching for a social-emotional learning assessment system.
A school district in Pennsylvania plans to buy science supplies and equipment, while a large Florida district anticipates buying musical instruments.
EmpowerU on Tuesday announced a $1 million seed funding round, led by Twin Cities venture firm Capita3, to launch a social-emotional learning product.
Fort Worth ISD wants drone equipment, software, and services for career-technical education, while the Wake County schools in North Carolina are looking for cloud security.
New York State wants to continue developing computer-based and paper-based testing in three subjects, while Puyallup, Wash. schoos are in the market for career and technical education equipment.
The Irving school district in Texas needs fine arts instructors, while the Delaware education department wants one or two data and quality tracking platforms for early childhood.
One of the nation’s top 25 school districts is looking for SEL virtual services, and Columbus schools are doing a textbook adoption. Meanwhile, Ector County ISD in Texas wants a virtual science lab for grades 7-12.
A Mississippi district wants an English/language arts digital curriculum; a Missouri district is searching for science/lab supplies and equipment, and a Georgia district seeks virtual program options.