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Seeking effective literacy intervention solutions to improve your K-12 students’ academic achievement and performance? Education Technology Partners can help.

Founded by a former educator in 2003, Education Technology Partners was started with one goal in mind – to research, identify, and bring to schools the very best, and most effective, educational technology solutions available in the industry. Education Technology Partners is responsible for software distribution throughout the Midwest and provides onsite professional development via our team of experienced, certified trainers. We also offer a complete line of durable headphones and headsets suitable for use in the K-12 market.

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Altis Reach

BuildYourOwnCurriculum (BYOC)

Califone Headphone/Headsets

Code RED Education

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Alabama Department of Education Awards Statewide Contract for Online PreK-12 Content from SchoolsPLP

As the world adjusts to the new “normal” created by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is our responsibility as educators to support the continued growth of our students. The state of Alabama has just accomplished that goal!


Fairfield Community Schools utilizes Educational Impact for staff development

Steve Thalheimer serves as Superintendent for Fairfield Community Schools in Indiana. The district added Educational Impact to help administrators assess and grow staff development throughout their schools. After a year with the program, he shared some of his thoughts about Educational Impact.


Saint Louis Public Schools Selects Altis Reach

Saint Louis Public Schools has selected Altis Reach as an English Language Arts reading intervention for students in grades 4-12 to support the reading goals in the District’s Transformation Plan 2.0. The decisions comes after a pilot program within the district showed students using Reach achieved significant gains in reading proficiency.