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Delaware District Searches for Substitute Teaching Services; Minn. School System to Buy New SIS

Substitute teaching services, student information system, and parent-teacher conference scheduling software. A district in Delaware is seeking a substitute teaching services, while a district in Minnesota is soliciting bids for a K-12 student information system. Further, a district in Utah is looking to purchase parent-teacher conference scheduling software.

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What State and Local Ed Tech Directors Worry About as Schools Return to In-Person Learning

The new executive director of the organization representing the state’s ed tech directors says teachers will need myriad forms of support as their schools return more fully to face-to-face instruction.

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How School Districts Will Spend Money From the New Federal Stimulus

How will K-12 districts spend federal stimulus funding?

School systems are expected to have broad latitude to spend money from the American Rescue Plan on classroom and non-academic needs.

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COVID-19 Fueling New B2B Relationships Across K-12 Education Industry

The pandemic has laid bare needs that education companies are trying to address to new collaborations and partnerships.

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Zoom’s Big Stamp on the K-12 Market Is Poised to Grow

The communication platform has become an essential component for school districts trying to bring remote learning to students and families.

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Non-Education Companies Jumping Into K-12 Market During Pandemic

Education companies that either weren’t involved in education at all, or had narrower interest in it, are finding ways to serve the market during COVID-19.

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