We are a team of K12 educators and enthusiasts, curriculum designers and strategists, developers and innovators. Rubicon is based in the beautiful city of Portland, Oregon.
Our product suite includes Atlas, the leading curriculum management platform for K12 schools across the globe, and LinkLogic, the first tool to connect student performance on multiple assessment types directly with curriculum data.
Throughout the year, we offer educator-led professional development workshops and summits. From teacher professional development, such as curriculum design strategies, to sessions designed to support school leaders overseeing change in schools.
We also offer curriculum audits and on-site trainings specific to quality curriculum development. Sample sessions range from preparing for school accreditation, to learning to develop NGSS units, or delving into standard-based grading – the topics are diverse and the professional development is custom designed for your school.
We look forward to collaborating and forging new partnerships with educators in every corner of the world. Our global network is what inspires us every day.
We believe learning is at its best when...
educators put individual student needs at the center of their curriculum, instruction, and assessment decisions.
educators make learning relevant and personal by balancing rigorous standards and expectations with each student’s aspirations and needs.
teachers are viewed as professional educators and learners with opportunities to grow, develop, and improve and are empowered to make data informed decisions.
there is a clear path to an end result for both teacher and student.
all educators know where their students are going in their learning journey and where each of their students are currently in that journey, in relation to where they are going.
educators have access to world-class tools, data, and information to inform instructional decisions in the best interests of each student.
schools have a managed process for conversation and reflection to guide meaningful continuous improvement based on evidence of learning.
technology reduces busy work for educators, providing greater insights and management through less time and effort.