Information Technology (IT) Governance with a Focus on K12 Schools

Modern technology is causing a Renaissance in teaching and learning.  We help manage the change by providing technology integration and support while maintaining stability within your organization.  We work from The Renaissance Model, an IT Governance Framework of best practices in telecommunications, classroom technology, integration, training, data management, and online learning developed over 25 years in actual K12 settings. 

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The TeacherInfo Team provides experienced, practical, neutral advice on educational technology infrastructure and integration.

We are Fee-Only Advisors which means our advisors provide you with objective, practical, honest advice and training on the latest technology and best practices in educational technology.  We are all practitioners, passionate about the role technology can play in teaching and learning. 

We do not sell hardware.  The Institute is product and platform neutral meaning we can give the best objective advice for your needs. The result is stability and accountability.

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You can learn more about The Renaissance Model by taking one of our online courses

What Every Educator Should Know about Technology.
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About Us

Due to the increasing specialization of technology, most organizations cannot afford to hire or retain a full-time expert in every area of technology and information systems. The Institute is built around a talent-sharing model where practitioners, experts currently in the trenches, provide part-time, as needed advice to school leaders. We build capacity within your organization by building an experienced team around your existing staff.


It's About Access!  Closing the Digital Divide

A percentage of Institute profits go to Universal Access Initiatives. Last year we donated to K-12 technology lending libraries and provided technology to students in need. We also built EdTechSwap www.edtechswap.org, a site dedicated to promoting equitable and universal access to learning technology.