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March 25, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (2)

As long as SES is in NCLB, solid evidence of program effectiveness will only become more important to SES providers - but every provider should watch the rising standard of efficacy.

March 18, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (2)

The time line is not exactly encouraging for small organizations.

March 18, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (1)

Expect the RtI approach, and its products, services and programs to serve many students not covered by IDEA.

March 11, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week

Expect to see more gatekeeping to market entry.

March 04, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week

Whether you choose to take on one of these management contracts, or provide k-12 services to the system, this is a must read for those interested in juvenile justice education.

February 26, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week

Gaining the Right To Enter a State Market in District Services From the February 26 issue of K-12Leads and Youth Service Markets Report Announcement: Professional Development & Technical Assistance - Strategic Planning Due March 7, Student Reassignment Due March 7, Performance Management Due March ...

February 19, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week

There is a market space opening up between education agencies and the providers of teaching and learning products, services and materials. It’s akin to the role of the consulting architect in construction - a third party whose only stake in the outcome is a reputation for independence and objectivity.

February 12, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (2)

There is no surplus of Comprehensive School Reform RFPs out there. The federal SLC Grant program offers some relatively rare opportunities through states and districts.

February 12, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (1)

Federal prisons facilities are always advertising for high school and vocational education instructors. Some courses require at least some hands on, face-to-face teaching and learning. But not every class, not every part of every class, and not those for the GED.

February 05, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week

This district seems open to firms that are focused more on business than education. I believe districts will come to pay something closer to the fees these firms have come to expect from the private sector than they have in the past, so it may be a market worth exploring.

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