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January 29, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (2)

EMOs and CMOs have a tough business as it is, but the sector’s growth lies in the nation’s worst-performing schools. This bunch may be the toughest of the tough challenges, yet there is a ready, willing and able buyer.

January 29, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (1)

The nonacademic, social aspects of public education agencies’ in loco parentis function are beginning to multiply, coalesce and receive greater funding.

January 22, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (2)

For-profit firms in the school improvement industry should make the modest investment in the legal advice required to form an affiliated nonprofit.

January 22, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (1)

In the current environment, no school improvement provider should feel confident about selling their offerings in the same format tapping into the same funding streams. It’s time to repurpose content and diversify revenues. A “sustainability premium” attaches to new sales for new purposes drawing on new funding programs.

January 16, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week

Provide Program/Project Management services for implementation of a system for the NC Common Education Data Analysis and Reporting System (NC CEDARS) in the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI).

January 08, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week

In this market, school districts almost certainly can develop some kind of real estate opportunity for their teaching staff.

January 02, 2008

School Improvement RFP of the Week (2)

The Administration has requested $117,666,000 for awards for the Early Reading First program for FY 2008, of which we intend to use an estimated $116,489,340 for this competition.

January 02, 2008

School Improvement of RFP of the Week (1)

The rationale for requiring schools districts to be part of a teacher induction program application is obvious. Why their partners must be universities, government agencies or nonprofits is not.

December 26, 2007

K-12Lead of the Week

The demand for third party school improvement program evaluation services will only grow over the next decade.

December 18, 2007

K-12Lead of the Week

Each school may apply for up to $1,000 per classroom teacher and one principal or assistant principal per school for physical education professional development not to exceed $30,000 per school....

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