Thank you for reaching out to World Possible.
I tried the demo for schools, but could not sign in. I have requested a teacher or demo code through your contact form.
Our one programmer at World Possible is currently backed up with other work, but I would be interested in discussing how we might be able to install the school program on a Linux (Ubuntu 14.04, 64-bit) server. Of course we would need permission to do this a distribute it to World Possible users around the world.
I think the formative assessment could be very useful. Although we have KA-Lite working well, I do not know when we will be able to get the diagnostic tests and formative assessment.
We currently are running parallel servers including Apache for HTML content, Kiwix-serve for ZIM archives such as Wikipedia, and the special server for KA-Lite. We allocate to each server its own Internet Port, i.e. 80 for Apache, 81 for Kiwix serve, etc. We are working on adding an email server that works with a relay to Internet connection and a Moodle server. We do not expect all customers to use all of these servers.
It would be best for us if your content could be added to the Apache server. Alternatively, you might what to add it to the Kolibri server being released this fall by Learning Equality. The Kolibri server will have the same functionality for outside content that is currently used for KA-Lite, plus some additional content distribution and replication features.
You can e-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Best regards, Ed Resor, Board member and coordinator for East Africa