Since its inception in 2002, WW IDEA has served as an emerging and innovative leader in combining custom-built software and services for educational applications. The following is a list of our primary activities over the years. A significant amount of our work has been partnering with or otherwise supporting rural and Native school districts and related organizations.
- As part of their School Success Plan, the Yukon-Koyukuk School District (Alaska) is implementing ClassBright, our standards-driven lesson planning system. Other districts, based in Alaska and Montana, are also implementing ClassBright.
- Several Alaska school districts that offer state-funded, home-based education support programs rely on our BrightWays Learning System to manage student and learning information with families, advisory teachers, administration, and state agencies.
- Providing credit recovery and distance education services using our BrightWays Learning System and WorldWide IDEA Private Academy enrollment to high school students through the Tumbleweed program in the Billings, Montana.
- Running a worldwide home-based education support program called, WorldWide IDEA Private Academy, that is fully accredited through the Northwest Accreditation Commission.
- Working with a nonprofit organization to develop FreshDex, a contacts management system, now endorsed by the Montana Nonprofit Association and used by numerous nonprofits in Montana and elsewhere.
- Awarded a contract with the U.S Department of Defense (DoD) to run their homeschool support program for military dependents stationed overseas. Although this program was a success and desirable, funding became unavailable after the 2006-07 school year.
- Provided our BrightWays Learning System and educational support to the high school transition program in the Billings School (Montana).
- Co-developed the Idaho Distance Education Academy, serving homeschooling families statewide.