The entrance to his seat on the train to New York, reflects CEO Jonathan Harber on the development of SchoolNet position in the education technology market and its important relationship with Philadelphia. More specifically, as it could transition from a project to a long-term technology partner in Philadelphia? More generally, although Philadelphia and other districts was looking for technology solutions for several years, the federal government No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 had accelerated th … Read more »

The entrance to his seat on the train to New York, reflects CEO Jonathan Harber on the development of SchoolNet position in the education technology market and its important relationship with Philadelphia. More specifically, as it could transition from a project to a long-term technology partner in Philadelphia? More generally, although Philadelphia and other districts was looking for technology solutions for several years, the federal government No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, the acceptance of products was developed to manage districts accelerated performance. How could SchoolNet continue to take advantage of these market dynamics, while their relevance to current and prospective clients about the parameters created by the mandates?
Including color exhibits.
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Stacey Childress
Source: Harvard Business School
23 pages.
Publication Date: Dec 21, 2005. Prod #: 806050-PDF-ENG
SchoolNet: pursue opportunity beyond Federal mandates HBR case solution

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