According to the World Economic Forum’s Closing the Skills Gap 2020 report, “42% of the skills demand for jobs across all industries will change between 2018 and 2022.” The rapidly transforming skillset that will be in demand within the next few years must be addressed now – and one way to do that is by […]
The U.S. is facing a national crisis of a shortage of skilled workers, an issue that is being addressed by a Presidential Executive Order. As a public benefit corporation, GG4L is committed to enacting measures that enhance education in our communities and contribute to the continuing preeminence of American education standards. One of GG4L’s key initiatives is […]
Schools are supposed to prepare students for the future. But what if your school is trapped in the past? Every year, education trends shift and evolve as schools attempt to provide a better learning experience for students. Your own school has two choices here: to evolve or be left in the past! Wondering what the […]
Student health tracking just became easier! GG4L partners with edtech vendors around the globe to provide solutions that help schools engage with students and the community more effectively, keep student data safe, manage student data more efficiently, and support special groups with the individualized solutions they require. One such partner is Lumen Touch, whose ideals […]
Teachers and students are headed back to the classroom, but what that looks like varies from school to school. Schools have undergone significant shifts in the delivery of instruction to include virtual, digital and blended learning. What was achieved under extraordinary circumstances last Spring has been refined and reimagined for the start of the school […]
GG4L Connect has been IMS Global Certified to meet the OneRoster standard for securely sharing class rosters between systems. Specifically, GG4L Connect supports, REST Data Consumer Rostering Core, CSV Rostering Export Bulk, and REST Data Provider Rostering. Having this certification is important as we partner with other IMS Global certified vendors. The certification enables vendors […]
We recently moderated a panel to discuss the impact COVID-19 is having on EdTech purchases, interoperability, and onboarding. If you were unable to join the webinar live, you can listen to it here. The panel members included Joe Fives, Director of IT for Kansas City (KS) Public Schools; Rob Abel, CEO at IMS Global Learning […]
By Kevin Hogan May 1, 2020 The Global Grid for Learning is leading the 1 Million Devices fundraising campaign for a limited time only that aims to match corporations, foundations and individual philanthropists (including parents) with K-12 schools serving economically challenged communities, whose students are being forced to study remotely from home due to school closures caused […]
In just over one year since its launch, the GG4L “Safer Schools in America” grant program has proven successful in supporting school safety initiatives and in improving the use of technology at schools across the country. As the cost of technology continues to rise, the grant program provides much needed assistance to schools in their […]
We are excited to announce the new GG4L Catalyst Program is now available for any EdTech vendor. This Program will allow global EdTech Solution Providers to to leverage GG4L’s Connect Platform for roster data sharing, single sign-on, improved data governance and expedited customer on-boarding, without an upfront annual membership fee through a Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) monthly pricing […]
GG4L is pleased to announce that Read Seed, Academic Window and E4Effort recently completed Single-Sign-On (SSO) integration connectors for School Passport. Additionally, aGoodCause, Anexandra, CompuClaim, E4Effort, LightSail, Read Seed, SpartPass and Textbook Tracker have completed roster data API integration with the GG4L Connect platform.
How can technology improve our ability to provide a safe school, viewed through the lens of physical health and wellness? Our children are the future, and in order to ensure that students are able to learn and engage in the classroom, we need to focus on physical health and wellness.