Get unlimited wikis and users for your school district with District EditionN

In the beginning, individual teachers bought our Classroom Edition.  Then as word spread, entire schools bought our Campus Edition.  Now, just in time for the 2009-2010 school year, we’ve taken the next logical step and launched our District Edition.

PBworks District Edition gives each K-12 school district that signs up an *unlimited* number of wiki workspaces and users.  Now you can share PBworks with every single student, teacher, administrator, parent, and yes, janitor in your school district.

Already, districts like Baltimore County Public Schools and the Wake County Public School System have signed up…maybe you can convince your district to be next!  Here is our announcement.

Each time, we’ve been surprised by the enthusiasm for our larger Academic packages, but we think District Edition is probably the upper limit for size.  Unless….

Country Edition anyone?

Published by Chris Yeh

Chris has been building Internet businesses since 1995. He has been a founder, founding employee, or seed investor in almost a dozen startups, including PBworks, and advises a wide array of startups ranging from network equipment makers to vertical search engines. He liked his investment in PBworks so much, he decided to join the company. Chris earned two degrees from Stanford University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

3 thoughts on “Get unlimited wikis and users for your school district with District EditionN

  1. I used pbwiki because it was free for me as a teacher and for my students. I do not have funding for pb wiki. I liked the wiki and used for a class I taught. Now I will have to use what ever the district decides to use, or find another free wiki. I am sorry to be unable to maintain the wiki we have.
    Peggy Jording

  2. I do not like this Idea at all because if you buy every kid a laptop or there own books each year it will cost a lot of money and that money that you are spending on that stuff you could spend it on desks, chairs, and pencils.
    I know you would like schools like that but do you think it is good for the ecommeny?

    Jakob Black

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