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Partnership Lets Teachers Adjust Learning Platforms More Easily
new partnership between two different kinds of technology companies in
education space is designed to free teachers from some administrative chores and
them more time with students.
which provides online learning platforms, and Clever,
whose platform allows
school districts to sync their student information with learning
announced the strategic partnership. Teachers and administrators at K-12
schools who use digedu will now be able to immediately
populate their digital
learning platforms with secure up-to-date student information.
cases, without the collaboration between the two technology providers, a
school's student information data base is not immediately available to
using a digital learning platform. With the collaboration, a single
will allow teachers to immediately incorporate changes in student
their online learning systems.
provides a number of benefits along with the single sign-on for both
educational and administrative functions. With Clever's instant login,
will be able to use their existing district credentials to log in.
be a struggle keeping student data up to date and consistent because
schedules and teachers' rosters are constantly changing," said digedu
and Co-founder Matt Tullman. "Integrating with Clever allows us to
more streamlined experience so teachers can give students undivided
has similar partnerships in place that allow it to integrate with
Interactive Achievement, Imagine Learning and Dream Box.
Tyler Bosmeny said, "Schools should focus on teaching and learning and
on integrating and signing in to their applications."
The integration will become effective this month at no additional cost to current or future clients.
Michael Hart is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and the former executive editor of THE Journal.