Dr. Adisack Nhouyvanisvong’s article, “Student Assessments: Junk in, junk out” was featured today in SmartBlog on Education. See the complete article here: http://bit.ly/1ygDG96
Naiku announced today the formation of an educational grant program for innovative teachers and teacher teams. The grant program is valued at $250,000 and is available to innovative educators seeking to employ differentiated instruction and personalized learning practices and tools in their classroom. The complete press release can be read here: Naiku Innovative Educator Grants PR
Naiku announced today support for the Student Privacy Pledge, a pledge by education technology providers to protect the privacy of students that is spearheaded by the Future of Privacy Forum and the Software and Information Industry Association. Naiku is one of 75 companies to sign the pledge, effective January 1st, and President Obama has challenged others to sign. Read the complete press release: Naiku Student Privacy Pledge PR
Tech & Learning magazine reviews Naiku for Teachers in their January edition. Read the full review here: http://bit.ly/1DmfSSB.
Dr. Todd Beach, a district curriculum lead at ISD 196 in Rosemount, MN., discusses what to look for in a next-gen assessment solution in this article from Scholastic Administr@tor.
Scholastic Instructor selects BenchmarkNow! in a short list of recommended freebies for teachers. Entitled “High Marks” they highlight BenchmarkNow!’s ability to track student progress with ready-to-use assessments in math and reading. View the complete list here.
Naiku was selected by District Administration magazine as a recipient of their Reader’s Choice Top 100 products of 2014. With over 2,400 products nominated this year, Naiku is pleased to be recognized by administrators nationwide for this award.
edtech digest featured Naiku in their Cool Tool column today. Read the complete article here.
Menco, a Chinese education company, has partnered with Naiku to incorporate Naiku’s cloud based, next-gen assessment in Menco’s cloud based social learning platform for Chinese schools. Read More
Putnam County School System (TN) chooses Naiku as comprehensive district assessment solution to implement district created benchmark assessments as well as teacher created formative assessments. Read More