ManageBac, the subsidiary of Oregon-based K12 education technology company Faria Education Group, has acquired Dynamic Internet Solutions (DIS), the provider of Curriculum Trak, a curriculum mapping tool for K12 faith-based schools.
Combined, the two companies claim they will cater to 1,700 faith-based schools with a “learning management solution connecting faith-based curricular concepts to everyday learning”.
Faria will continue to support schools already on the Curriculum Trak platform with no changes to the software service, its pricing, customer support, or the Curriculum Trak team. During the 2019-2020 academic year, Faria says it will enhance the Curriculum Trak platform with a host of strategic features.
Vander Berg, managing director of Curriculum Trak said: “Curriculum Trak’s roots run deep within faith-based education. We have been humbled and honoured by the trust that this community has placed in us for over 16 years. We are excited by this opportunity to combine our efforts with the resources and vision of Faria as the best way to even more effectively and quickly provide the additional tools and solutions Curriculum Trak schools have been seeking.”
Kevin Piersialla, chief operating officer of Faria Education Group added: “We are excited to welcome Curriculum Trak schools to the Faria community, and we look forward to working with the Curriculum Trak team to deliver our next generation, curriculum-first learning platform to faith-based schools.”