NIMAC: National Instructional Materials Access Center:2. Do a license deal with one of the K -12 publishers to use their approved content.
"The NIMAC provides a mechanism for getting NIMAS source files created by publishers into the hands of state educational agencies (SEAs), local educational agencies (LEAs) and their accessible media producers (AMPs) as quickly as possible. This helps ensure that the needed specialized format is ready for the student as soon as possible, without unnecessary delays at the beginning of the production process."
3. Deliver the content in Clickable Print. Output on the MFPs in the district.
4. Then offer the service to your MPS ground force.
That gets you out of low margin boxes into the still low, but better margins in textbooks. Plus how is the competition going to go against MPS + Textbooks.