A South Carolina district is looking for student assignment software, while a Nebraska school system seeks online tutoring services.
A Colorado district is looking for social and emotional learning resources, while a Texas school system seeks a student information system.
School districts are launching sweeping tutoring efforts, but this isn’t the first time the country has turned to tutoring in the hopes of improving student outcomes.
A district in Michigan is looking for phonics and reading software, while a Virginia district seeks K-5 language arts materials.
A district in New Mexico is looking to buy tutoring services, while a district in California is seeking a supplemental SEL curriculum.
A district in Arizona is looking for tutoring services while a school system in Maryland seeks an elementary math program.
A district in North Carolina is looking for tutoring services while a system in Mississippi wants reading curriculum and teacher training.
A district in Georgia is looking for outcomes-based math tutoring while a system in California seeks restorative intervention services.
A district in South Carolina is looking for a learning management system while a California system seeks tutoring services.
At a moment when many districts are investing in expansive tutoring efforts, companies are under rising pressure to prove their programs’ effectiveness.