TeachLogic LLC is now an Awarded Vendor for its classroom audio systems and wireless microphones through the PEPPM Technology Purchasing Cooperative. As an Awarded Vendor, TeachLogic® offers school districts the opportunity to purchase classroom audio systems, teacher microphones, and related accessories at discounted pricing without the complexity of going out to bid.
TeachLogic products are available on this nationwide purchasing contract, which is free and easily accessible to all schools. For schools that need expert installation and Audiovisual (AV) integration support, TeachLogic products can be delivered and installed by one of its reseller partners.
Jill Levine, National Sales Director said, “We at TeachLogic are honored to be an awarded vendor for PEPPM. We know not all classrooms are equally equipped with the same technology, so our product offerings are forwards and backwards compatible with virtually any media device. This helps all schools quickly adapt to hybrid learning while knowing 100% of their investment is exactly what they need post-COVID.”
TeachLogic recognizes that teachers are at the heart of developing proven instructional technology solutions. Therefore, working with teachers and their schools and districts to discover needed classroom audio solutions is part of the TeachLogic mission. Through PEPPM, we are able to offer more schools access to a technology that improves learning outcomes for in-person and hybrid learning models.
For more information on how TeachLogic helps every school increase student learning outcomes, visit teachlogic.com.
More about PEPPM
With more than two million products under contract, the PEPPM technology purchasing cooperative is the nation’s most comprehensive source for public agencies to research and procure technology products at pre-negotiated and competitive prices. www.peppm.org/
TeachLogic LLC, a U.S.-owned and Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB), is a leading provider of classroom audio solutions for K-12 schools. The company aims to help its customers address invisible barriers to learning such as poor room acoustics and undiagnosed hearing difficulties by creating an environment where every student has equal access to all instructional audio sources. For more information visitwww.teachlogic.com.