Teachers and students who transitioned to remote instruction in the four months since the onset of COVID-19 accessed 89 percent more ed-tech tools on average each month than they did for the full 2018-2019 school year, including tools they had never previously used.
Johnston County Public Schools will use funds from the CARES Act to pay for a ClassLink contract for the next two years. ClassLink provides a single click sign-on solution that gives students access to all Johnston County Public Schools online learning resources and applications. It also eliminates the problem of too many passwords.
A school district invests heavily in the adoption of digital learning resources, but are frequently unsure how often and who is actually using them. This cool tool gives decision makers the digital resource usage data they need, providing an easy-to-use dashboard summarizing usage information by district, classroom, and user, allowing district leaders instant access to the answers they seek.
ClassLink was recently chosen as the winner of the 2020 EdTech Digest Cool Tool Award for the Administrative Solution category. Administered by EdTech Digest and celebrating their 10th Anniversary, the EdTech Awards are the largest education technology recognition program.
For Meriden Public Schools in Connecticut, distance learning began on March 13. Going to this new environment required us to create a distance learning plan, design memorandums of understanding with our union partners, create work assignments, establish food distribution sites and communicate with all stakeholders.
Classlink is pleased to announce that peers in the education technology community have chosen ClassLink LaunchPad and ClassLink Analytics as finalists for the 2020 SIIA CODiE Awards. This is the eighth consecutive year ClassLink made the final cut.
Through laptop computers, the internet, and mobile phones, about 4,500 Brevard Public Schools teachers are working from home, posting lessons aligned with state standards, assigning homework, and communicating with students they had taught face-to-face in classrooms before spring break.
When Gov. Brian Kemp issued an executive order April 1 to close all K-12 public schools for in-person instruction for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year in response to the continuously changing COVID-19 pandemic, questions about graduation ceremonies and online instruction guidelines floated around Fulton County Schools families, board members said at the April 2 FCS board of education meeting.
Students across the country are logging into school for e-learning due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The Bibb County School District has implemented a pair of distance learning programs: E-learning for students who have access to the internet, as well as assignment packets for those who do not.