IT and Ed Tech Experience for Schools:

  • Student information systems
  • Blended learning
  • One-to-one laptops
  • Technology teaching tools
  • Google apps and Microsoft Office 365
  • CALPADS/ NWEA/ Smart balance testing

We help schools use technology to advance learning and improve organizational outcomes.

All organizations can’t be treated equally, and nowhere is this truer than in education. Schools have a different success metric than nonprofits—namely, they define success in terms of the quality and effectiveness of instruction and how that impacts student learning outcomes. Based on this central assumption, we believe technology should be developed, designed, and integrated into the school.

Our approach is simple: We start by considering what your students will be learning and then help you develop the educational technology to support that instruction. From there, we work with you to construct the overall technology strategy, which will inform the IT design. Our method isn’t fast or cookie cutter; it’s definitely more complex than the processes our competitors favor. But students are at once both simple and complex, and we address each new project with this concept in mind. With you, we can capture that complexity to do great things.

Our services for schools include support for the technology-planning process, administrative applications, and the addition of instructional tools to the classroom.

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San Francisco (Main) Office:
1390 Market Street, Suite 908
San Francisco, CA 94102
Tel: 415.354.6640

Central Valley Office:
4701 Stoddard Rd, Modesto,
CA 95356


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