This fall, some 25,000 public school students in Massachusetts will gain enhanced access to digital learning in preparation for the 21st-century workforce — thanks to the state’s Digital Connections Partnership Schools Grant program, part of a bill funding information technology (IT) improvements that was signed …Continue Reading Learn About the Digital Connections Partnership Schools Grant
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) collects data from school districts for reporting and policy analysis, turning that data into information which can improve educational outcomes is a common challenge. To address that challenge, and to support Governor Patrick’s top-level …Continue Reading Edwin Analytics Provides Tools for Educators to Improve Teaching Outcomes
The Mass EduData Challenge, a multi-week open data competition, revealed the competition winners at an Award Ceremony on Tuesday, July 15th at hack/reduce in Cambridge, MA. The education-centered civic hacking competition challenged participants to create valuable insights by leveraging anonymized public data sets maintained …Continue Reading Winners of Mass EduData Challenge Announced
The Mass EduData Challenge, an education-centered civic data challenge, just completed its third week. Since the May 28th launch at Cambridge hacker space, hack/reduce the challenge has seen a steady increase in participants. The goal of the challenge participants is to enhance educational tools and …Continue Reading Mass EduData Challenge Marks its Third Week
The Mass EduData Challenge, a six-week open data competition, held its official kickoff event on Wednesday, May 28th at hack/reduce. This education-focused civic hacking competition challenges developers to enhance educational outcomes by leveraging public data sets maintained by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education …Continue Reading Developers Dive into Educational Data at the Mass EduData Challenge Kickoff
Open data is a catalyst for innovation; putting information in the hands of Massachusetts’ inventive citizens provides for endless possibilities. When the MBTA made their public transit schedules publicly available it spurred a host of new mobile applications, allowing commuters to easily track their trains …Continue Reading Mass EduData Challenge: Tech Teams Leverage Open Data to Enhance Educational Outcomes
In the past decade, school districts in Massachusetts and around the country have been learning how to use data to customize teaching to each student’s individual needs, to support coaching and development of teachers, and to make big-picture decisions about resource allocation within a district. …Continue Reading School StatNet Enables Informed School Operations Decisions
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