This announcement was emailed out earlier today, signaling that Pearson continues to acquire every education business possible…hmm, wonder if they have job openings for the displaced teachers around the country, especially after the $90 million investment per year that Texans have made in it for high stakes assessments?

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I am thrilled to announce that yesterday, Schoolnet entered into an agreement to join the Pearson family.  Click here to read the press release that hit the wire this morning.

As you well know, for over a decade, Schoolnet has worked to help our clients use data to increase academic achievement.  More and more we have heard from you that you would like to consolidate your technology partners and have more integrated solutions for personalized learning and teacher effectiveness. We believe our merger with Pearson will allow us to provide even better service to our customers by combining Schoolnet’s proven instructional improvement system with Pearson’s vast wealth of digital content, assessment, and information technology.

We will be reaching out over the next few days to answer any questions and further describe the exciting vision for our shared future.

I would like to personally thank you for your partnership, and I look forward to working with you during the next stage of our journey together.  We remain committed to our important work together.

Warm regards,

Jonathan Harber
CEO, Schoolnet  

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