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Doceri Teacher Rebate Program

Teachers should not have to pay for their own classroom tools, but they do. According to the National School Supply and Equipment Association, public school teachers spent $1.6 billion of their own money on classroom supplies and gear during the 2012-2013 school year.

Though definitely an extremely small percentage, we do know that some of that money was spent by teachers on Doceri Desktop licenses. We love our teachers, and we know they love Doceri. A few weeks ago, this review was posted on the iTunes App Store:

“I’d give it 6 stars if I had the option. Game changer in the classroom.
Worth every penny of the $30 “upgrade” charge. It’s awesome.”
– Pony4LSU

It really is gratifying to know that teachers feel that the $30 license fee for Doceri Desktop is well worth the price. But we still feel like teachers shouldn’t have to pay for it themselves. So today, we’re announcing a new Teacher Rebate Program.

Rebate graphicTeachers who purchased Doceri Desktop with their personal credit card since January 1, 2013 are eligible for the rebate when their school, district or university purchases at least 30 Doceri Desktop licenses for the organization before February 15, 2014. We’ll keep this program going, so that anyone who purchases Doceri Desktop moving forward will be eligible for a rebate within 90 days of their purchase.

As a fairly new technology that is far less expensive than traditional EdTech purchases, the combination of Doceri and Doceri Desktop for classroom presentations is off the radar of most school administrators.

But we know that our Doceri teachers are our best advocates, and we hope that through this program we can work together to evangelize the benefits of untethered, individualized teaching that are so crucial to meeting common core standards across subject areas.



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