St. Louis schools are looking for math and literacy coaching, as well as professional development training. A California district is searching for classroom management solutions and an online safety system. A New Jersey district seeks behavioral and emotional consulting.
The Metro Nashville district and Baltimore City schools are in the market for student assessment platforms, while a district in New York needs special education services.
The Madison County, Georgia, district is buying a literacy program, and another Texas system is looking for partners to support non-academic activities.
Nearly 1 in 3 district leaders said they could not find good technology-driven curricula or curricular resources, according to a survey of 500 district leaders by the Education Week Research Center.
The large Texas district seeks instructional and assessment modifications, and Oregon’s Medford schools want an online system to manage staff evaluations.
Officials from Oregon’s Center on Teaching and Learning, and the company, Catapult Learning, say their arrangement could serve as a model for public-private partnerships.
K-12 companies can take a variety of steps to make sure their products meet the needs of students with disabilities and satisfy K-12 districts and federal law.
A Georgia district needs literacy instruction materials for students with disabilities, and a Missouri district wants to buy visitor management system. A Texas district seeks career-technical education materials.
The Fairfax, Va. school system needs laptops for a 1-to-1 computing program, while the Palm Beach, Fla. school district is requesting information about specialized education management systems. Also, the Nashville district is looking to purchase evidence-based interventions.
A Texas district seeks upgraded security on campuses; the Loudon, Va. school system will buy new history and social science materials; Antioch, Calif. schools want new educational, behavioral and therapeutic supports for students with disabilities.