Partnership with South Central Service Cooperative in Mankato Minnesota

School Software Group has teamed up with the South Central Service Cooperative (SCSC) to bring BuildYourOwnCurriculum (BYOC)—a world-class curriculum and assessment framework—to school districts in Minnesota.

BYOC enables districts to bring the teaching—and learning—experience into an evolving documented process that is easy to use, accessible anywhere, and aligned district-wide. By simply entering curriculum once, then continuously assessing and improving, educators can save time on curriculum management, enter a process of continuous improvement, and shift focus to their true passion—teaching. It also provides access for parents and students to view assignments, participate in discussion groups, view announcements and events, and take online district-defined assessments.

School Software Group and BYOC already collaborate with 17 other educational service agencies across the country. The recent partnership with SCSC will allow Minnesota districts to take advantage of the same award-winning curriculum tools and help them to develop and implement local standards-based curricula, assessments and instruction with a systematic process for sustaining, revising and improving it long term.

School Software Group is an educational technology company focused on the success of K-12 school districts. Their award-winning web-based software, BuildYourOwnCurriculum (BYOC), is currently being used in over 500 districts across the country. With a strong focus on product innovation and simplicity, School Software Group works closely with district partners integrating the latest technology with ever-changing education standards to address the challenges facing today’s educators. For more information, visit

South Central Service Cooperative is Based in North Mankato, Minnesota, the South Central Service Cooperative (SCSC) programs and services are member driven to utilize resources in the most efficient and effective manner possible. SCSC is one of nine regional agencies called service cooperatives, established in 1976 by Minnesota legislation (M.S. 123A.21). For more information, visit