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December 17, 2007

In Case You’ve Never Seen a “Wired” RFP

Apparently the purchasing office decided the work could not be justified as a sole source contract, and so constructed this erstaz competition.

December 11, 2007

K-12Lead of the Week (2)

For the school improvement provider seeking international work, this RFP seems like an ideal first step.

December 11, 2007

K-12Lead of the Week (1)

Were I managing a small to medium sized for- or nonprofit school improvement provider, I’d be looking for multi-year funding opportunities, in areas the large publishers avoid, where local connections work to my advantage.

December 04, 2007

K-12Lead of the Week (2)

Other things being equal, the RFP favors contractors with local staff. However, the prospect of selling additional school improvement products and services argues for thinking about this - and costing it - in comparison with traditional customer acquisition strategies. In a way, RFP winners will be paid to market their other offerings.

December 04, 2007

K-12Lead of the Week (1)

Work for Native American children that doesn’t look like it will be subject to the competition most likely to get those kids the best service at the best price.

November 27, 2007

K-12Lead of the Week (2)

Districts interested in pursuing the Smaller Learning Communities approach to high school reform will need school improvement providers as partners.

November 27, 2007

K-12Lead of the Week (1)

With a growing appreciation of school violence and disasters, emergency planning will only become more important. Eventually every district and school will have some kind of plan requiring some kind of review.

November 20, 2007

K-12Lead of the Week

Congress has helped Head Start opened the door to quality for-profits. It’s time to walk through.

November 13, 2007

K-12Lead of the Week (2)

Free Equity Capital For Product Development From the November 12 issue of K-12Leads And Youth Service Markets Report. Announcement: • Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR), Phase I Due January 22 (Nov 23), US Department of Education • Small Business Innovation Research Program Fast...

November 13, 2007

K-12Lead of the Week (1)

I’ve yet to see such an opportunity for “action research,” tying theory to practical operations and bringing costs into the equation. This is a classic “systems analysis.”

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