Silverback Learning Solutions strongly values the affiliation with our partners and recognizes the benefits it provides to our clients and yours.  Silverback is continually committed to seeking partnerships that align with our passion and your strengths, to provide high quality products with first class service as we focus on enhancing student and teacher achievement!  


Silverback partners with industry leaders to deliver the best in quality at all times!


  • Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence (BRSE) is a non-profit 501©3 organization that has been serving schools across the nation since 2001. We are passionate about education and want schools to be the very best for students! The BRSE one-of-a-kind assessment survey provides actionable insights that can be used as the starting point for school improvement.

  • Our only customer is student success, everyone else is our partner.  We believe all students can learn and within every learner, there is a Future Ready Graduate. We deliver the best in class systems, integrated digital learning solutions, and community engagement to unlock student success.

  • The Georgia Charter Schools Association (GCSA) is a Georgia non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation, and the membership organization for Georgia’s charter school operators and petitioners, established in 2001.  GCSA’s mission is to be an effective advocate and service provider for all charter public schools in Georgia by Advancing awareness of charter schools and their mission, increasing awareness that charter schools are public schools, communicating charter school needs to state and local officials, and supporting legislation to strengthen charter schools in Georgia.

  • Iowa School Finance Information Services (ISFIS) provides electronic finance tools and financial consulting services to Iowa public schools. Our mission is to help schools elevate competence while minimizing workload. 

  • MISBO leverages the purchasing power of all member schools to negotiate discounts beyond what individual members would typically realize. The purchasing "power" of MISBO comes from the members utilizing these contracts. By cooperatively working together MISBO is able to maintain and even increase discounts and offerings with the support of the program.


  • The AAEA exists to provide service to its members and takes this responsibility very seriously. The mission of the AAEA is "to ensure high standards of leadership by providing quality professional development, influencing education legislation and policy, stimulating and fostering support and building successful coalitions." AAEA strives to be the primary resource and the professional home for all Arkansas school administrators.

  • IASA is a member-driven professional organization for K-12 school administrators that offers: Communication and local news, Professional Development, a legislative voice, peer networking with unified association benefits.

  • SAM was organized as an association of administrators in 1970.  SAM represents the interests, aspirations, and professional leadership of Montana administrators. Over 1000 members network under six affiliate associations to promote GREAT Montana Schools, supporting leaders' passions for providing an outstanding education to Montana's children. SAM's core values surround leadership, integrity and professionalism, advocacy, and professional learning and services.

  • The South Carolina Association of School Administrators is governed by an elected Board, with representation from each division. Standing Committees, both at SCASA and the division level, keep members closely involved in the governance of the association. These committees have a significant impact on the issues, concerns, interests, and direction of the association. Members choose to join one of ten divisions which include: School Superintendents, Secondary Principals, Middle-Level Principals, Elementary School Principals, Career and Technology Directors, Adult Education Directors, School Personnel Administrators, Education Specialists Administrators, Instructional Leaders, and Higher Education.

  • The Wyoming Association of school administrators provides a network of leadership and collaboration for educational leaders in the state to positively impact education and increase student achievement. The association promotes statewide opportunities for support and fellowship among superintendents; providing superintendents with leadership experiences and training; while also helping to influence the State Legislative process for the betterment of Wyoming schools.


  • Created in 2002 by the Idaho Legislature, Idaho Digital Learning Alliance (IDLA) provides access to flexible courses beyond what many Idaho schools can offer. IDLA classes are offered online to all Idaho students in both public and private settings. IDLA courses create flexibility in scheduling and access to dual credit or Advanced Placement courses for college credit, an opportunity to graduate early, and recover credits. All courses align to Idaho Core Content Standards and are facilitated by an Idaho Certified, Highly Qualified Teacher.

  • KDS is an educational research and content company serving K-12 educators by providing highly curated industry-leading item banks and a suite of over 500 pre-built formative assessments and solutions that combine rigor, innovation, and integrity. In 2017, KDS joined forces with Fluence Learning and Progress Testing to form the largest collection of formative assessment items in the education industry to inform instruction for increased student learning. KDS currently supports close to 12.5 million students in 43 states.

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