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Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. (SIBE), through its wholly owned subsidiary Blended Schools Network (BSN), provides benchmark-quality online curriculum for K-12 schools, including professional development for teachers, complete course authoring tools and learning management system (LMS) administration and support. Sibling is focused on market expansion and new product development to meet global demand by leveraging educational technology to improve student performance.

The education sector is experiencing significant disruption from innovations in delivery. Stakeholders now seek more effective and efficient solutions to improve student achievement while driving down overall costs.

Sibling is a roll-up, not a start-up, with an emphasis on three segments:

  • Educational Technology (“Ed-tech”)
    Education Management
    Curriculum design and development

Sibling is positioning to be a leader in education transformation creating high-quality lifelong learning options for the global marketplace. 

The May 2014 acquisition of BSN provides Sibling with extensive infrastructure and solid groundwork for growth in a rapidly growing industry. BSN offers 212 different online courses. The network served more than 160 school districts with more than 300,000 course enrollments last year.

IBIS Capital is forecasting 15-fold growth in the eLearning market over the next 10 years. The firm has even suggested that under certain circumstances the transition to digital education may be quicker and more disruptive than ever experienced in the media industry. With a strong, highly experienced management team, Sibling is in a unique position to continue expanding its portfolio through additional acquisitions and fundamental growth.



Investment Highlights

  • Active Acquisition Strategy
    Strategic Industry Partnerships
    Established, Successful Subsidiary
    Experienced Management Team
    Player in Proliferating e-Learning Market


Blended Schools Network

Blended learning is a formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online delivery of content and instruction with some element of student control over time, place, path or pace while still attending a “brick-and-mortar” school structure, face-to-face classroom methods are combined with computer-mediated activities.

In May, 2013, Sibling acquired Blended Schools Network (“BSN”), a company founded 12 years ago to ensure school districts could compete with the rise of online learning.

BSN has emerged as one of the most experienced providers of high-quality online content servicing school districts in the mid-Atlantic, primarily in the State of Pennsylvania.

Under the BSN model, schools are able to:

  • Assist homebound, charter school and homeschool students
    Provide increased gifted/talented education or accelerated programs
    Provide alternative education opportunities for struggling students
    Provide more cost effective summer school solutions
    Supplement regular classroom instruction to improve outcomes
    Provide for students who travel
    Provide remediation
    Establish credit recovery courses to increase graduation rates

In its 12-year history, BSN has built a client base of more than 160 school districts, some of which have been clients for a decade. BSN also boasts the following achievements and/or features:

  • Annual contract renewals have averaged approximately 90%
    Served over 300,000 student enrollments for the 2013-2014 school year
    212 courses, 15,000 individual lessons, and 12,000 videos
    Cloud-based course hosting allows for easy integration into any school system
    Low cost structure allows for very favorable pricing model
    Professional development and Massively Open Online Courses (MOOC’s) in online learning that has reached over 30,000 teachers plus educators in over 200 countries

Market Shift to Blended and e-Learning

Higher education e-learning is the major revenue generator in e-learning industry today and is projected to grow 25% CAGR through 2017. K-12 (Primary and secondary education) e-learning projected to grow at a CAGR of 33% in between 2012 – 2017. Corporate e-learning is the third contributor wherein the CAGR has been projected at 8% in between 2012.

In a 2013 survey of the K-12 and higher education professionals:

  • 70% of K-12 teachers visit social media sites to exchange ideas, get free resources and share lesson plans
    74% of K-12 teachers have taken at least one professional development course online in 2013 - up from 64% the previous year
    81% if teachers used at least one type of digital content with students daily or a few times a week
    79% of college professors used some type of digital content with students daily or a few times a week
    42% of college professors report teaching some or all of a course online


Sibling Opportunity

Sibling’s acquisition of BSN provided a great product and service organization, fulfilling many of Sibling’s internal goals without the need to add additional staff and investment. The acquisition also immediately adds revenues and growth potential, contributing an established user base of school districts and a historical revenue stream of around $3 million into the company. Moving forward, Sibling will utilize BSN’s well-respected platform as a means to expand both the number of product offerings and rapidly expand national and international sales from its historic and proven base.


  • Expand sales and marketing team to grow existing market well beyond current footprint
    Expand innovative offerings including the “Learning Institute,” AP courses, credit recovery and gifted classes
    Expand distribution channels including independent schools, charters, college remediation and industry training


Sibling will leverage existing expertise to expand the number of products offered through the BSN platform and customer base:

  • Special Education – integrate the PLC Associations special education professional development with the BSN professional development center
    Develop fully online Social Emotional Learning (SEL) program for teachers and schools through the BSN curriculum development team and host on the BSN site
    Develop fully online Child Development Associate (CDA) credential which is gaining popularity as an entry level requirement for entry level positions in child care and Pre-K (required by Headstart)
    Use Classchatter.com as a marketing gateway for Blended Schools Network courses

Multi-Pronged Approach

Organic Growth – Sibling aims to grow its current portfolio of education companies nationally and internationally via increased sales and joint marketing opportunities.

Expand Sales:

  • Utilize state and district Request for Proposal (“RFP”) process to increase customer base for BSN products
    Direct to school district sales – numerous opportunities through the district purchasing process
    Increase sales and marketing staff

Joint Marketing

  • Sign formal partnership with School Improvement Network incorporating BSN content into their Student Centered Learning program
    Partner with Blackboard for K-12 online curriculum sales
    Partner with Canvas by Instructure, Inc., to bid on school district business requiring both Learning Management System and content

Acquisition – Sibling’s acquisition strategy starts with the identification and acquisition of regional players with limited financial resources and distribution to ultimately deliver a sound platform and expertise enabling national and international expansion.

The education industry is highly fractured, both in the technology and education management arenas. There are many providers, each generally focused on a small part of the need, and few with comprehensive solutions. Further, there is an absence of financial resources for many and no obvious exit strategy for most. Couple this with a growing market, and Sibling believes the area is ripe for a growth strategy based on acquisitions, not just domestically, but worldwide.

Within Sibling’s technology and services operations it seeks to promote both conventional and digital learning tools in support of the blended learning environment. Within its education management organization (EMO), the company seeks to acquire existing school management operations, both domestically and internationally. Sibling believes there are strong synergies to be achieved when technology is combined with education management, and then increased in scale across private, public, charter and other teaching environments.

Creating a global lifelong learning organization

Sibling is actively pursuing avenues for growth, demonstrating a track-record of consistent progression:

  • Purchased ClassChatter.com K-12 web tools for blended learning with over 20,000 users – closed Q1, 2013
    Purchased PLC Consultants to create Special Education training for all teachers – closed Q3, 2013
    In-house advisors began work on a Childhood Development Specialist program and Social Emotional Learning program to launch in Q3 2014
    Purchased AccleratingED, an education consulting services firm in Q1 2014
    Purchased the assets of the Blended Schools Network which provides services to over 160 school districts in Q1 2014



2013 Industry Research Shows Tremendous Potential

While education as a whole is triple the size of the media and entertainment industry at $4.2 trillion, digital education is currently only 20% of the size of the digital media market. The education sector is rapidly evolving with stakeholders seeking more effective, low-cost solutions that fully leverage technology to create the best possible outcomes for students. In fact, IBIS Capital recently forecast 15-fold growth in the e-learning market over the next 10 years.

IBIS research also stated that education is undergoing the same disruptive effects of digitalization that the media industry saw in the last decade and further suggested that under certain circumstances the transition to digital education may be quicker and more disruptive than ever observed in the media industry.

Industry experts project that by 2019, 50% of all high school courses will be delivered online, and as such Sibling has placed an initial focus on K-12 education & eLearning.

Forecast of students (in millions) participating in online optionsonline and blended school options:


SIBE Outlook; 2014 and Beyond

  • Utilize state and district Request for Proposal (“RFP”) process to increase customer base for BSN products.
    Increase sales team to take BSN’s K-12 public education offering to larger national and international markets
    Leverage partnerships for national distribution of BSN content and white label content
    Launch a direct to consumer effort to sell courses into the self-learning, home schooling, private school and other markets
    Add complete professional development curriculum for teachers including the PLC special education offering with Master’s degree credits, and a CDA accreditation program, opening up the market for Pre-K
    Continue to analyze pipeline for potential acquisition targets



Sibling is powered by a management team with more than 100 collective years of experience and a shared vision to leverage cutting-edge technology and educational trends to provide lifelong learning opportunities.

Maurine Findley, Chief Executive Officer

Maurine Findley has more than 30 years of experience, primarily in the proprietary post-secondary education industry, including strategy, implementation and operating roles with roll-up and investment portfolio companies, both public and private. She has played a critical role in creating successful merger and acquisition strategies as well as building successful education operations. Findley’s experience includes rolls as Chief Financial Officer in private equity backed multi-campus post-secondary institutions. Her educational includes a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of California, Irvine, graduating Magna cum Laude, and continuing graduate studies prior to joining KPMG Peat Marwick, where she began her accounting career. (Joined SIBE April 2014)

Dave Saba, President

For the past 15 years Dave Saba has been involved in the successful launch, management and operations of K-12 and higher education companies with a focus on increasing sales and marketing. Positions included serving as President of ABCTE during their turnaround and Regional Director at Kaplan, managing a team of more than 300 employees at 15 educational centers in six states. Saba is 1983 graduate of the United States Naval Academy serving with distinction in the Navy as a lieutenant commander and helicopter pilot. (Joined SIBE March 2014)

Angelle Judice, Chief Financial Officer

Angelle Judice recently served as Corporate Controller for Education Management, Inc., at Blue Cliff College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Prior to Briar Cliff, Judice was employed by Provost, Salter, Harper & Alford, LLC, a Baton Rouge, Louisiana audit and tax firm, working in their tax and audit sections. She has held senior accounting and finance positions in the media industry, including two years with the Louisiana Radio network, and ten years with WAFB-TV, a CBS affiliate and part of the RAYCOM Media Network. Judice’s educational and professional background includes a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Louisiana State University, a member of LCPA and AICPA, and a registered CPA for over 22 years. (Joined SIBE July 2014)

Jed Friedrichsen, Chief Academic Officer

Jed Friedrichsen has the responsibility for Sibling Group’s academic products, services strategy and implementation. Friedrichsen was most recently Chief Executive Officer of the Blended Schools Network (acquired by Sibling May 2014), and is responsible for Blended’s day-to-day operations. Friedrichsen is a well-known expert in instructional design and implementation, and has led the Blended Schools Network for more than nine years, as both CEO, and Chief Administrative Officer before that. He holds a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Nebraska, and a Bachelor’s Degree from Wayne State University. He is a noted speaker in the area of education, as well as an advisor, including the following: member of the Professional Leadership Development Center Board of Directors; Teaching with Technology Advisor for Oracle Corporation’s Global Think.com Advisory Committee; Professional Development Advisor for the MarcoPolo Education Foundation Field Trainer Committee; member of the iNACOL Quality Standards for Online Programs authoring committee; Senior Instructional Designer at the University of Nebraska (for the Nation’s first accredited online high school). Friedrichsen was awarded the Blackboard Catalyst Award for K-12 Excellence in Virtual Learning Leadership. (Joined SIBE May 2014)

Richard Marshall, Chief Development Officer

Richard Marshall has more than 18 years of experience working within public companies most recently serving as Vice President of Investor Relations for a large multinational mining company and serving as VP of Corporate Development for several years during their growth and acquisitions phase. Prior to roles in Corporate Development and Investor Relations, Marshall held sales and management positions at several investment banking firms, including Cohig & Associates and CSG. (Joined SIBE June 2014)

Amy L. Lance, Chairman of the Board & Director

Amy L. Lance has been an advisor to growth oriented and turnaround situations in larger regional and national non-profit organizations, working primarily with high level management and finance departments. Lance brings experience in organizational formation as founder, CEO and President for 15 years of a successful non-profit organization whose outstanding programs instill in young adults the tools they need for embracing education and self-improvement.

Mack Leath, Director

Mack Leath is a senior executive with 30 + years of experience in business management, including a number of rapid growth and start-up situations. He has been a sales and marketing professional in petro-chemical distribution, software and construction related products as well as healthcare. His roles include financial management and capital markets.

Dr. Andrew Honeycutt, Director

Dr. Andrew Honeycutt holds a Doctorate in Business from Harvard University, and an MBA from Boston University. Andrew has an extensive background in education and the teaching profession and his experience includes positions with a number of HBCU’s (Historical Black Colleges and Universities). He served as Dean and Director at a number of colleges and universities and successfully implemented virtual classes and remote teaching technologies. From 2007-present, Dr. Honeycutt has been the Distinguished Business Fellow and Director of the Business Undergraduate Program, Shorter College, Rome, GA. From 2005 to 2007, he was Dean of the Akio Morita School of Business, Anaheim University.


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Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. is a development stage company aimed at the rapidly changing 21st century education marketplace.

SIBE is a publicly held company involved in the rapidly changing education marketplace. It is a roll-up, not a start-up, with an emphasis in two segments: Education Management Organization (EMO), and Educational Technology (Ed-tech). Change in the education sector is active, and all stakeholders are seeking more effective, and reduced cost approaches, generally by displacing or complementing labor with systems solutions.


Through the use of multiple teaching and learning modalities, Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. (SIBE) intends to acquire, on a global basis, advanced technology and education management operations in order to enhance and accelerate the delivery of 21st century learning. The mission will be accomplished by accessing funds from the public capital markets and melding them into a unified strategy that will help accelerate the improvement of K-12 education across the globe. The results: better educated children, sustainable and cost effective teaching model, primarily for K-12 education, and reduced dependence on governmental funding.

Our current operations include professional development for the teaching profession and educational technology offerings, including classroom management tools. We are investing in specialized curriculum such as STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), ESL (english as a second language), SEL (social and emotional learning) and Special Ed aimed at supporting students, and teachers, with special needs. The Company’s educational operations are based in Columbus, Ohio, and the executive offices are in Atlanta, Georgia.


Sibe is acquiring various Ed-tech businesses, or components, with the view toward building an end-to-end solution for the delivery and management of educational content, and tracking educational results, in the digital media. There is currently no single vendor that provides a complete solution, from curriculum to course certification.
In general, the primary components on the Ed-tech side are:

  1. Curriculum, generally online, delivered via internet, hand held device or web enabled TV;
    Learning Management System (LMS) which tracks the activity of the students and results;
    Testing and Assessment, automated processes that monitor the progress of the student and provide feedback, both to the student, and the teacher or administrator
    Certification, credentialing, which provides the badge, stamp or other official proof of the completion of the work, and its results, time and under what accreditation or certification organization, the proof of work was provided.

The EMO is the actual school operation side of the process, whether “brick and mortar” or virtual, or a “blended learning” approach with both. It adds labor, via physical presence in the classroom, or with remote services, tutoring, mentoring or adjunct staff. It is responsible for the business operations, and the supervision of the work, and the proof of the work. It is most valuable when it is accredited by a recognized organization which gives it the ability to award the degree, diploma, certificate or “badge”.


Market Size and Segmentation


Robert Resnick, president of Education Market Research, said through surveys of educators as well as education companies, his company found that the K-12 education market, including textbooks, technology, supplemental materials, and assessments, totals about $18.3 billion, up from $17.3 billion last fiscal year. Resnick estimates that the market at this point for digital content is about $2 billion.


John Richards, the president of Consulting Services for Education, presented the results of his company's survey of the K-12education market, which found that the technology segment of the market totaled around $7.5 billion in 2009 -10, which includes content, instructional support, platforms and administrative tools, and "special markets" such as special education [link here]. Another survey states that the E-Learning industry will be a $49 billion industry by 2014 [link here].


Our Strategy

SIBE is developing an approach with two (2) significant facets:

An education management organization, The Teaching Alliance, who will provide services ranging from consulting in specialized curriculum programs, to school management and teacher training for new educational approaches;

A dedicated educational technology group, Education Innovation, who will implement new computer based education, learning management services and testing & assessment solutions.

There are three unique education opportunities:

privately owned and operated schools,

publicly funded schools, and

corporate education and training

We intend to make our technology offerings compatible with the needs in all three segments, and compatible with the needs of all grade levels, and training situations.


Our priorities for the education services efforts will, at this time, include the operation of private schools, and working with public education through adjunct and complementary situations. These could range from charter school operations, to providing pre-school and after school programs, and operation of a higher education institute with an emphasis on teacher training.


In all cases, we intend to focus on specialized curriculum, such as

  • STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) programs, and those in a vocational area;
    ESL/ELL (English as a Second Language, or English Language Learners);
    Special Education, training for teachers and parents, including certification, and
    SEL (Social and Emotional Learning).



The education industry is highly fractured, both in the technology area, and in the education management arena. There are many providers, each generally focused on a small part of the need, few with comprehensive solutions.

Further, there is an absence of financial resources for many, and no obvious exit strategy for most. Couple this with a growing market, and we believe the area is ripe for a growth strategy based on acquisitions, not just domestically, but world wide.

Within our technology and services operations we seek to promote both conventional and digital learning tools, in support of the blended learning enviornment. Within our education management organization (EMO) we seek to acquire existing school management operations, both domestically, and internationally.

We believe there are strong synergies to be achieved when technology is combined with education management, and then increased in scale across private, public, charter and other teaching environments.


www.classchatter.com and www.classchatterlive.com

 In May, 2013 we acquired both of these web sites, along with their intellectual property, trademarks and user base. Both are aimed at classroom management, especially important in the new Blended Learning environment. We expect them to be integrated with other complementary products, with the goal of a complete "end to end" solution for total school and curriculum management.




Specialized High Value Curriculum

While many of us think about the old days, of Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, today's ability to customized learning allows us to provide a much higher level of education. The needs of our students can now be better determined, and a customized learning plan crafted to meet their specific learning style and needs. Consider these special area, all which have a very high value to us, and our students:

Click here to learn about how classrooms are changing:





STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

Click here to learn more!

ESL/ELL - English as a Second Language, or English Language Learners

Click here to learn more!

SEL - Social and Emotional Learning

Click here to learn more!


Click Here for the New Education Industry Infographic

from IBIS Capital


Click Here for the Latest Corporate Overview from OTCQB:SIBE


Sibling Adds Special Education Group,

Begins Teacher Certification Effort - click to learn more


Education is a hot topic, not just in the US, but worldwide. Below are just a few of the documents we reviewed, and if you would like to learn more, just do a web search about education reform, charter schools, STEM, or any of the topics found in this web site.

IBIS Capital: Global E-Learning Investment Review

GSV Capitial: How Education Innovation is Going to Revitalize America and Transform the U.S. Economy

New Media Consortium: Technology Outlook for STEM+ Education 2012-2017 - Report Sector Analysis

Center for Digital Education: Education Technology Marketwatch

Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA): U.S. Education Technology Industry Market: PreK-12

There are many organizations that are involved with all aspects of education. Here are some that we follow daily:

The Center for Education Reform

National Alliance for Public Charter Schools

National Association of Charter School Authorizers

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Walton Family Foundation - Education Reform



Getting Smart

Links to media related to Charter Schools:

Waiting for Superman

The Lottery Film

New York Times - Topics - Charter Schools

Hedge Funds and Charter Schools

Wall Street Journal - Charter Schools

Experts with Charter School Experiences and Skills:

Legal Support - Glenn Delk

Corporate Information

Sibling Group Holdings, Inc.: A Texas corporation

Trading Symbol: Symbol SIBE on the OTC-QB

CUSIP Number: 825784 101?

CIK Number: 1099728

Primary SIC Industry: 8200

Shares Outstanding at 12/31/12: The number of shares outstanding of common stock as of December 31, 2012 is 18,701,070. There are no preferred issued at this time, and no other classes of stock.

Warrants Outstanding at 9/1/12: None, all previously issued warrants have expired.

Options Outstanding: None

Transfer Agent: Interwest Transfer Company, Inc. 1981 Murray Holladay Road, Suite 100, Salt Lake City, UT 84117 - P.O. Box 17136, Salt Lake City, UT 84117

Phone: (801)272-9294, Fax: (801)277-3147 

Legal Counsel: Mr. Gerald Balboni, Krevolin & Horst, LLC, One Atlantic Center, 1201 W Peachtree Street, NE, Suite 3250, Atlanta, GA 30309

Phone: 404-888-9700, Fax: 404-888-9577

Auditor/Accountant: Carl Vogt, Partner, Liggett, Vogt & Webb P.A.

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New York, New York 10016
(212) 481-3490

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General Email – info@lvwcpa.com


Investor Information

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We are a publicly held company trading under the symbol SIBE on the OTC-QB.

These links will guide you to the background information on our Company.

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#2123   Is SIBE making any money with virtual schooling Maverick15 10/30/20 10:44:18 PM
#2122   It would be a good time if so... Outlaw 08/27/20 12:41:57 PM
#2121   maybe finally getting their blended schools (on-line) curriculum Lil BD 08/27/20 10:29:16 AM
#2120   What's up with SIBE? Outlaw 08/26/20 02:41:32 PM
#2119   do they still have the k-12 online learning Lil BD 04/30/20 10:38:53 AM
#2118   Every few days this stock doubles. 777 12/03/19 06:26:53 AM
#2117   what is up here? Golden_Cross 11/15/19 01:54:40 PM
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#2115   S I B E Is a buy windough-shopper 10/24/18 07:43:43 PM
#2114   maybe the SIBE embers are going to reignite!!!! Lil BD 02/23/18 02:03:46 PM
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#2109   Hearing Tvog let you down again. You seem Stanin987 09/18/16 10:47:03 PM
#2108   Burned up 5 million in cash already, ouch... Drugdoctor 06/16/16 06:33:11 AM
#2107   It's beginning to look like the dump is Drugdoctor 05/12/16 05:48:01 AM
#2106   All words - no action traderMaxwell 03/22/16 08:33:25 AM
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#2100   Typical stinky pinky can't even file on time Drugdoctor 02/16/16 09:08:26 PM
#2099   GPA (SIBE) has a Prep School??? Lil BD 12/30/15 07:41:48 AM
#2098   Thank you and fingers crossed for a better Lil BD 12/24/15 10:16:05 AM
#2097   I asked windough-shopper 12/24/15 09:55:13 AM
#2096   The team has already submitted active proposals representing Lil BD 12/24/15 09:44:54 AM
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#2093   Should we be optimistic for 2016? Lil BD 12/24/15 08:49:05 AM
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#2087   George hope you are doing okay. I see Stanin987 11/16/15 10:13:44 AM
#2086   you were right windough-shopper 11/10/15 05:31:02 AM
#2085   10Q losses are out - Burning over 1 Drugdoctor 11/09/15 05:59:44 PM
#2084   Two new Directors added to the BOD this Lil BD 11/06/15 08:39:48 AM
#2083   The big splash is the shares hitting new Drugdoctor 11/05/15 06:06:59 PM
#2082   SIBE / Global Personalized Academics making big splash Lil BD 11/03/15 02:57:19 PM
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