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Preparing Students for a Future No One Can Describe

Plan Your Pitsco Experience in Three Easy Steps!

Pitsco Education’s scalable classroom resources enable students to practice the collaboration, creative problem-solving, and critical-thinking skills they’ll need no matter their path after school.

To assist you in planning, we’ve outlined a few steps to getting started with our programs. When you’re ready, know that we have a team of experienced designers and consultants that will assist you in building a program to suit your unique and exact needs on the scale that fits your budget and curriculum requirements.

Choose the Best Programs for Your School or District

The first step toward crafting your experience is to understand the Pitsco approach to education and the guiding frameworks that drive our program development. If it is determined that our pedagogical principles are aligned with your own, then you should decide which of our programs will work best for your needs. You can learn more about our educational frameworks and the programs we have to offer as well as explore the various titles and themes our curricula are based on by browsing the Our Approach and Our Programs sections of the site.

Review Our Standards Correlations and Program Resources

We build all our curricula on national standards. When you have an idea of the programs you might be interested in, we recommend reviewing our correlations documents and program resources to ensure the various titles align to your desired outcomes.

Contact Us

Whether you have an idea of what you are looking for or don’t know where to begin, we are here to help. Our team of regional education consultants, many of whom are former educators, are ready and willing to answer any questions you might have. They can assist you in developing a program and determining your investment and will be there throughout the entire process, providing you with guidance as needed.

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“You can go in there on any given day and there’ll be a child who has a learning disability or a child who doesn’t speak English – we have just the whole range here – and they’ll be successful in that STEM lab.”

– Jay Parker, principal, Wallace Elementary School, Wallace, North Carolina

“When I saw it, it took me about 20 seconds to buy in. I understood it. It was hands-on science, it was high-tech, it was student responsibility. It was all the skills that we’ve talked about teaching but traditional labs will not allow.”

– Pat Taylor, headmaster, Jackson Academy, Jackson, Mississippi

“One of the things that we really love about the STEM program is that it’s application based, it’s hands on, students are solving real problems, they’re working collaboratively, and they’re learning that everyone has a role to play and that they all have something to offer. Those are the kind of intangible things that you can’t measure with an ACT and you can’t measure with the AP exams.”

– Dr. Keith Rice, academic dean, UMS-Wright Preparatory School, Mobile, Alabama