North Dakota school districts can now access ClassLink at zero cost thanks to a state-wide partnership.
North Dakota State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler says the state's ongoing project with ClassLink originated at the Department of Public Instruction and EduTech, a part of the state Information Technology Department.
Across the state, over 60 school districts, including Fargo, Williston, and Bismarck, are already using ClassLink to strengthen cybersecurity, improve access, and understand the usage of their digital learning resources.
School systems worldwide use ClassLink to deliver on the promise of education technology. Simplify access, analytics, and identity management—all with one platform and using secure Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA). Join 21 million students and staff in over 2,600 school systems and bridge the gap between technology and learning with ClassLink. To get started, all you need to do is complete a quick survey.Get Started Survey
End the painful student login process. Save time and cut confusion with single sign-on to a library of 6,000+ connectors.
Make informed purchasing and training decisions with access to usage data for all of the digital resources in your district.
Reduce the time it takes to create and manage student and staff accounts with secure, automated account provisioning.
Deliver class rosters to all of your digital learning resources instantly and securely using open data standards.
Gain usage data for all the digital resources used on school-owned devices, even those accessed outside of ClassLink.
ClassLink supports MFA (multi-factor authentication) for users based on their profile. Choose from several second-factor options.
On June 6, 2022, North Dakota State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler announced that school districts across the state can access ClassLink at zero cost. Read all about the announcement and state-wide partnership here.
Full ClassLink suite (classlink.com/videos)
School districts are invited to select the phase they would like to participate in for set up and implementation of ClassLink.
Complete the North Dakota – ClassLink Initiative Survey to select Phase preferences (option 1 and option 2)
Beginning Jun’22 and ongoing
Typical LaunchPad/Roster Server implementations take ~25 hours to complete over 8 weeks.
No, school districts will have the opportunity but not the requirement to implement ClassLink.
We're excited to partner with you! We'll work closely with the ND Department of Public Instruction to select schools for each phase of our rollout process. Please use the link below to complete a short survey expressing your intention to start using ClassLink.