Naiku partners with organizations dedicated to improving education. We work with policymakers, education associations and collaboratives, research centers, and other organizations to bring valuable products and services to our clients.
RMC Research Corporation
RMC Research is a national leader in program research and evaluation, professional development, consultation, and product development. From small studies to multi-year projects, RMC Research Corporation supports national, state, and local clients who serve schools, families, and communities. RMC’s eight regional offices conduct national and regional work, with each office maintaining specialty areas of work. Through technology, RMC Research Corporation offices collaborate with each other and with partners across the country. With many years of experience, staff from all of RMC Research Corporation’s offices look forward to providing information and resources and partnering with districts and states to advance best practices in teaching and learning.
Naiku has partnered with RMC Research Corporation to provide professional development in support of formative assessment and the Naiku Assessment Platform.
Turning Technologies is a leading provider of classroom response devices.
Naiku has a partnership with Turning Technologies to integrate their Response Card systems with the Naiku platform.
TIES (Technology Information Education Services)
An education technology collaborative owned by 41 Minnesota school districts, TIES has been providing cutting-edge school administration software, hardware, Internet services and professional development training designed by educators for education for over 43 years.
Naiku has partnered with TIES to integrate TIES Student Information System (TSIS) with the Naiku assessment platform. In addition, the partners will bring personalized learning and formative assessment systems for schools.
Minnesota Computers for Schools (MCFS)
Minnesota Computers for Schools (MCFS) mission is to provide technology access for lifelong learning. MCFS helps to transform classrooms and the lives of students through access to technology. We positively transform the environment by recycling hundreds of thousands of pounds of equipment and keeping technology waste out of the landﬁll. You can learn more about MCFS at www.mncfs.org
The Instruction-Driven Measurement Center is a non-profit organization founded in 2009 to collaborate with states, districts, and schools to identify strengths, weaknesses, and inconsistencies in their curricula and to evaluate their curricula in terms of logical progressions of learning. IDMC trains educators to effectively use an array of data from multiple sources to evaluate student learning needs and to target meaningful instruction based on their evaluations.
Naiku works with IDMC to provide professional development to educators in the areas of assessment and data driven decision making.