Implementation You Can Trust
We can help you achieve your goals. Leverage our experience and avoid common pitfalls. Your dedicated implementation specialist will walk you through the 3Cs of Successful Implementation.
3Cs of Succesful Implementation
CriteriaTogether, we will define what success means to you at the start of our partnership. With this, we will outline a detailed timeline of deliverables for both parties to assure accountability.
CommunicationTimely and transparent communication will ensure mutual accountability when it comes to meeting key milestones on your road to success.
CommitmentFrom our team to yours, we will work diligently towards a common goal. Your success means everything to us; we will always be here to help you.
We Will Always Support You
You will have a dedicated Customer Success Representative committed to your success - and more!
Customer Case Studies
See what the Chalk Community is saying
“With the ability to track standards in Chalk, we are using this data to make better data-driven decisions. It provides freedom for teachers without the lost of accountability.”
Leiah Jamison, Curriculum Coordinator, Liza Jackson Preparatory School
“Transforming the way our classrooms operate is educational technology's intent but rarely its result. Gilmour Academy's 3-year tech plan started with the somewhat unromantic goal of reforming curriculum mapping and lesson planning. Chalk helps accreditation, but the approach has begun to change the school's professional development, policies on adopting software, teacher evaluations, grading, and its faculty's technical skillsets. ”
Dan Adiletta, Coordinator of Academic Technology, Gilmour Academy
“With Chalk, we've found a match— an innovative company that is committed to helping teachers and districts collaborate to deliver the best possible education.”
Andy Black, Director of School Innovations, Charter Schools USA
“There are very few people in the EdTech industry who know what they are doing. The Chalk team is highly innovative, competent, and focused on meeting teacher needs.”
Dino Miele, Chief Information Officer, District School Board of Niagara