What a busy, nonstop autumn here at Arc Capital Development! We engaged with four new companies. Welcome to Quantum Learning Network, Prometric, Kickboard, and Integrated Tracking. Each is a market leader in its category. They are all passionate for success and led by great executive teams.
Prometric is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Educational Testing Service (ETS) and a trusted provider of technology-enabled testing and assessment solutions. It operates a secure network of 8,000 test centers in more than 160 countries, giving convenient access, as well as a wide selection of times and dates for testing, to test takers anywhere in the world.
Quantum Learning Network
For 35 years, QLN has provided the #1 teen summer camp experience for developing character and building lifetime learning skills in an awesome and nurturing environment. It mixes academic learning skills with nonstop activity, high-energy interactions, and tons of fun at great U.S. universities campuses and around the world in nearly 1 dozen countries. QLN also provides professional development (PD) to Title I schools around the country.
Kickboard in New Orleans is the leading software and coaching provider for PBIS, RTI, and school-wide behavior management. Kickboard provides a complete picture of student behavior, and school climate and culture and delivers the data to help school leaders improve learning outcomes. We believe this is a major emerging market in K-12 as educators move to 2.0 edtech solutions and (finally) begin connecting the dots for whole-school enrichment. Kickboard has one of the best edtech teams we’ve worked with. This is company on the move!
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Integrated Tracking Technologies
ITT of Canada has developed a wireless wearable device that reliably monitors the well being and location of people suffering non-cognitive disorders such as autism (1 in 45 K-12 students are now diagnosed with autism). What sets ITT apart — and makes us incredibly excited about its opportunity — is the unique tracking technology that works with both VHF and GPS.