Demand for mobile personal computers jumped by 10 percent in the first quarter of 2018, returning from a period of stagnation, a new analysis found.
Ed-tech tools that help educators “learn the product as they’re using it” appeal to Mark Garrison, the director of technology and innovation for Minnesota’ s White Bear Lake Area Schools.
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.
Vermont wants consultants to support districts in creating master schedules, and Colorado’s Poudre school system plans to purchase Adobe Creative Cloud school subscriptions. The Fort Bend, Texas district chose Naviance by Hobsons for post-secondary planning.
Oregon wants assessments for students in alternative educational settings, and Detroit Public Schools are looking for a math intervention program for students in grades 5-8. Prince William County, Va. selected Dimension Data to furnish a data solution.
Idaho plans to implement a teacher evaluation platform for 168 school districts and charters, and Brevard County Schools, Fla., wants web-based grade book software. Twin Rivers USD, Calif., purchased a CMS from CatapultK12.
Florida’s Brevard County district is seeking Cisco Smartnet warranties, and South Carolina’s Rock Hill schools want a visitor management system. Wichita Falls ISD in Texas has purchased devices, software, and management services.
The Davis, Utah, school district is looking to buy augmented reality glasses and software, and the Spokane Public Schools, in Washington, are planning to buy a data management system for special education.
The largest school district in Maryland wants new instructional materials for grades K-8, and Detroit schools are looking to purchase Next Generation Science Standards-aligned hands-on science kits. Olathe USD, Kansas, purchased CISCO network equipment.
The Hillsborough, Fla. district is seeking one SIS for pre-K-12 and another for career/technical education. Dallas, Texas wants a software management system for student dietary restrictions. And a Georgia district chose Prosys Information Systems to configure Chromebooks.