A pair of Texas districts are planning to buy data systems focused improving student achievement and operations, and on attendance, respectively; and an urban New Jersey system needs energy-related science equipment.
Byju’s, an India-based company that has attracted a torrent of venture capital, is poised to sell its mobile learning app to U.S. parents, and potentially schools.
One of Arizona’s largest school districts searches for an online learning platform, and a California district seeks an educator effectiveness data system. Cincinnati is looking for an English/language arts resource.
The Talladega, Ala., County School District has a big footprint in the national conversation about advancing STEM for its students.
Kentucky’s Fayette County is looking to buy a K-8 STEM program for girls; and an Alabama school system is planning a big Chromebook purchase.
The tech corporation and the Future Farmers of America are partnering to develop academic resources for the youth organization’s 650,000 members.
The state of New Mexico will hire a vendor to administer tests in science and Spanish, and the Anderson School District Number Five in South Carolina wants to buy an online visitor management system.
EdWeek Market Brief asked three educators who are veterans of ISTE to visit the exhibit floor and bring back recommendations of products that impressed them.
A school district in Tacoma, Wash., is looking for a social-emotional health curriculum for grades K-5, and the state of Delaware has selected eight vendors to provide materials aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards.
Education companies can partner with educational entities to apply for federal funds aimed at boosting STEM and computer science education in K-12 schools.