- Product description
- Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)
- Relative “Strengths” and “Good to Know” information about each material
- Alignment percentage
- Subscriber ratings
- Reference districts
The document is editable. Subscribers can use the MSRP as the price quote or replace it with a district-specific quoted price. They can also add their rationale for purchasing one product over the other two products in the comparison document.
The comparison can be printed or downloaded to serve as documentation of the district’s compliance with federal and state competitive procurement requirements. Thus, not only does Learning List assist districts’ curriculum and technology teams, now the business office can benefit from the service, too.