A school district in Texas has issued an RFP for tutoring services and professional development, while a system in Arizona is in the market for early learning content.
A school district in Maryland is in the market for compensatory education/recovery services, while a system in Arizona has issued an RFP for its AP statistics adoption.
A district in Pennsylvania is looking for student assistance program services, while a district in North Carolina is seeking Spanish textbooks.
A New Mexico district is looking to procure special education services, and a district in Mississippi is looking for IEP writing software.
The Stockton, Calif. district wants to create a K-12 tutoring program, while the Kingsport City Schools in Tennesse are in the market for benchmark assessment programs that can be customized.
Many startups — in India, the United States, and other markets — are still reaping investments despite the chaos caused by COVID-19.
A New Mexico district is looking to buy a curriculum for literacy in grades K-3, and the Fulton County, Ga., system is purchasing a virtual tutoring platform.
Phoenix Public Libraries wants hands-on STEM materials, and Pennfield School District, Mich., plans to upgrade three schools with new classroom technology hardware. Redwood City libraries, Calif., awarded Brainfuse a three-year contract for online homework help.
In this week’s dealmaking news, St. Louis-based Varsity Tutors acquired UK-based First Tutors. In addition, RYB Education, a Chinese early child education provider, announced its initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange.
Anchorage’s school district is casting a wide net for vendors with expertise helping students in all subject areas. New Hampshire officials chose two vendors to help improve the state’s special education offerings for preschoolers.