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May 20, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (2)

K-12 education agencies request private sector assistance with message and outreach strategies all the time. I don’t know how the practice compares with other agencies but, as the Bush Administration can tell you, it's a problematic area.

May 20, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (1)

Open source software is not free and it has its security vulnerabilities. On the other hand, it is inherently more flexible, and the security of proprietary software is not always air-tight either.

May 12, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (2)

This is a program offered by DC’s State Superintendent ‘s Office as the city’s higher education agency, rather than the Chancellor of the DC Schools as operator of public k-12 schools.

May 12, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (1)

As an old Cold Warrior, I have to say it would be foolish for any school improvement provider not to participate in the process. In principle, pushing proponents onto this committees has conflict of interest implications. In practice, unilateral disarmament is not likely to create a level playing field.

May 05, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week

When private services are offered on public school grounds under a process by which the district selects vendors, parents have good reason to believe the services are of the highest quality. Under this RFP’s scheme it’s entirely possible that a higher quality provider will lose out to one of lower quality.

April 28, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week

Approaches that integrate human factors with school districts' emergency plans will get far more bang for the back. Firms that offer this insight will gain competitive advantage in the sale of related technology and services. This RFP and conference provide an opportunity for providers to help a leading price-sensitive buyer think about this bigger picture.

April 22, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (1)

The State Board of Education shall develop a list of recommended conflict resolution and mediation materials, models and curricula that are developed from evidence-based practices and positive behavior intervention supports to address responsible decision making... and nonviolent methods for resolving conflict.

April 15, 2008

School Improvement RFP(s) of the Week

Education agencies of all sizes are accelerating a trend to outsource a key human resource function.

April 08, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week

What’s problematic is the requirement for three years of experience with single sex schools in a district like Atlanta.

April 01, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week

This program would not be a huge stretch for many Supplementary Educational Services (SES) providers. Per pupil payments are a competitive factor, not a fixed fee, but there is no specific expectation of improvement in student performance.

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