A Texas district seeks a physical therapy consultant, while an Alabama district is purchasing web hosting services. A Virginia district is buying a research database.
School districts in New York will receive funds for a range of uses from the $2 billion bond that launched the Smart Schools program for ed-tech.
Investors are likely to set a higher bar for financially backing education companies over the next year, even as they look to put their money behind new product areas.
The Austin school system is looking for an instructional assessment and learning management software for its career and technical education program.
A Texas district wants PD training and leadership coaching in five subject areas, while Jersey City schools need PD to help teachers assisting at-risk students. A Virginia school system wants an electronic student records storage system.
The largest school system in Virginia is looking to arrange a contract for the delivery of digital education content, and a South Carolina district is purchasing a student online registration system.
Deloitte named its 500 fastest-growing tech companies in North America. Thirty-nine of them touch the world of education in ways big or small.
A South Carolina district wants a mass notification system, and a Louisana school system seeks a crisis intervention program and behavior management training, while a Missouri district plans to assess its technology department’s services.
An analysis of schools’ usage of popular literacy and math ed-tech products shows that implementation is improving, but dramatic savings may be possible by evaluating what goes unused.
A Texas school district is seeking a web-based music education software. A school system in Minnesota is looking to buy a post-secondary planning software and support services.