The technology companies powering the devices are finding ways to integrate their products with more partners and by offering new solutions, according to Futuresource Consulting.
Social reading site Glose raises funds to expand into the education market; Accelerate Learning gains significant new investors,; and Grand Canyon Education seeks to acquire Orbis Education Services.
The Dallas Independent School District wants bids to provide a host of college-planning services, and the Guilford, N.C., schools is planning a big purchases of tech devices.
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.
Getting a good read on local priorities, and connecting with advisory committees, can open doors for a better understanding of what CTE products and services might resonate.
The largest school district in Maryland is looking to buy a new student information system, and the Buffalo school district is seeking to buy an array of pre-K resources.
The Los Angeles Unified school system is looking for a vendor to provide support to schools focused on devices and tech platforms; a Washington state school system plans to hire company to support professional learning communities.
A social media monitoring tool is needed in Florida, while Hawaii is looking for an anti-bullying app and an Illinois school needs a data management system.
Language and literacy software solutions provider Imagine Learning and childcare management technology company Procare Software announced acquisitions.
In this week’s dealmaking news, Canada-based classroom workflow app Showbie acquired formative assessment tools provider Socrative. Also, Swing Education, an online job market for substitute teachers, and Goodwall, a professional development network for students, raised funds.