Since our last Connect newsletter, many exciting things have been going on within the Ed-Fi Community and the broader edtech world. First, InnovateEDU, a Brooklyn-based nonprofit and Ed-Fi community member, launched Project Unicorn. This initiative invites schools to sign a pledge committing to interoperability within their own IT architecture. It’s inspiring for me to witness the work of our Ed-Fi community members as they continue to drive towards data interoperability in education.
Second, I attended the ASU+GSV Summit last week in Salt Lake City where I heard from a handful of the players that are shaking up the edtech scene. With an ever-growing ecosystem of providers, I was reminded of how critical connecting all of these systems continues to be.
And lastly, be sure to check out Sean Casey’s latest Roadshow Report where he shares highlights from his time spent out in the field working with our Ed-Fi community members.
Have an idea on how we can improve? We’d love to hear from you. Be sure to reach out to myself or my team anytime.