Start off 2019 by discovering why Academic Benchmarks isn’t just about learning standards.
Vendors and providers: Find out why interoperability is taking off in K-12 and discover 3 steps to get started today.
Reflecting on the Ed-Fi Summit held in Austin, TX, Bryan Bleil shares three ways K-12 organizations benefit from data interoperability.
Managing and maintaining alignments of educational content to academic standards can be challenging—especially when there are hundreds of different educational standards that are regularly changing over time.
Longtime Certify users at Aldine ISD in Texas share how Certify helps them stay ahead of data quality challenges, save time and improve the state reporting process.
The risks of poor-quality data, data breaches, and duplicate data are high and very expensive. Districts and state education agencies spend millions annually on student information systems, software, hardware, information technology staff, assessments and many other aspects of data system management. A strong data governance program is designed to provide coordinated and systemic oversight of data-related decisions throughout an organization.
Award-winning education technology company, Nearpod, uses Academic Benchmarks alignment and search capabilities to bring interactive learning into the classroom. Adam Franklin, a learning experience designer at Nearpod, shares his perspective on how integrating AB Connect™ has impacted their business.
Flawed items stand out. But what are the qualities of good test items? Take a deeper look at what makes a good item.
Content developers and application providers can optimize the content search experience for educators by capturing, tagging and delivering learning standards and content in a consistent and machine-readable metadata format. This enables educators to find the content necessary to help their students achieve standard mastery.
Data integration solutions are sprouting up all over the K-12 education sector. But, unfortunately, too many of these solutions – often driven by district-specific needs – focus on integrating data only between two individual systems. For this reason, point-to-point solutions simply can’t be the right long-term solution for school districts’ interoperability needs.