Inspired by education. Empowered by technology.
In 1967, ten school districts formed a cooperative to share costs for software development, hardware, and centralized technological support. The result of this collaboration became WSIPC, a unique public agency that provides information services at a reasonable cost to school districts.
The cooperative power of WSIPC is even more crucial today. Schools are expected to do more and more with less, making it increasingly difficult to keep up with technological demands. WSIPC continues to expand throughout the western states, providing benefits to 9 Educational Service Districts, 280 school districts and nearly 730,000 students in more than 1,500 schools.