We meet a growing demand for bringing education research and development to the general public through our partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a world-class research institution. UW-Madison has a long history in the field of education, from research to creating innovative educational tools. Whether it's testing instruments, curricular materials or educational software, WCEPS delivers these copyrightable products to educators and students around the world to help improve education.

Mission: Extend the impact of UW's educational innovations to additional students and teachers and endow further research and development

What We Do

Startup Funding

Ownership & Copyright

Legal Services

Product Validation

Promotional Services

Partnership Management

Sales & Marketing

Billing & Customer Support

Technical Development & Management

"WCEPS has been an invaluable resource in moving our CALL survey from a research project to a viable marketable product. Their ongoing commitment to our success and their support through product development, navigating the legal requirements of setting up a business, marketing and sales have been invaluable. I have no doubt that we would not have been able to pursue a successful transition from discovery to product without WCEPS' support!"

- Carolyn Kelley

Jim and Georgia Thompson Distinguished Chair in Education,

Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis,

University of Wisconsin - Madison, School of Education

Our Partners

CARE Coaching is designed to ensure that district and school-based educators are empowered to provide equitable educational opportunities for multilingual learners.

WIDA develops and provides proven tools and support to help multilingual learners, and their educators, succeed. WCEPS is the sole source provider of materials sold on the WIDA Store website and provider of WIDA-licensed workshops.

The Comprehensive Assessment of Leadership for Learning (CALL) provides customized services and unique tools to support professional growth, leadership development, and school improvement planning. 

In collaboration with Dr. Norman Webb, the developer of Depth of Knowledge (DOK), we promote effective and accurate use of this innovative language system.

The Discussion Project is a professional learning series for university instructors. Its aim is to strengthen university instructors' capacity to create welcoming, engaging, and academically rigorous classroom environments.

The AIW Institute offers professional development and capacity building using the Framework for Authentic Intellectual Work, developed by Drs. Fred Newmann, M. Bruce King, and colleagues at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

The number one resource for student placement exams. A national partnership between the University of Wisconsin System and Castle Worldwide delivering research-proven college placement tests with the industry’s most reliable test engine.