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 […]
One of the areas in which schools are challenged is creating an atmosphere where students are more engaged. Engagement is a critical factor in the student’s success, but there are so many outside elements that impact the student that it can be very difficult for teachers to compete for attention. One of our EdTech vendors, […]
Dearborn Public Schools Enlists the Help of Read Seed to Meet the Challenges of “Read by Grade Three Law”
In the Fall of 2019, Michigan’s “Read by Grade Three Law” came into effect. The law states that if a child’s score on the English Language Arts M-STEP is more than one year below grade level, the child will be retained in the third grade. At present, similar legislation exists in 27 states with Alabama […]
Aspen High School’s goals were to create a weekly news program produced by students to share school news and important communications with the school campus and the community. They selected SchoolTube as the multimedia platform for their flagship news program SkierTV.
The headlines are full of Cybercrime stories from outside interference in our elections to ransomware attacks on banks, hospitals and even our schools. Today, “perimeter defense” is not enough to protect us from these attacks. We need to evolve from a defensive position to a proactive approach to protecting our networks and data. In fact, […]
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.
Having a healthy culture is one of the seven pillars of GG4L’s Safer Schools in America initiative. When it comes to improving school culture, principals and school administrators need to have access to real-time data about how students feel about their school experience.
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.
Protecting student data is one of the most crucial responsibilities every district administrator is charged with. And protecting that data is a more complex and difficult challenge than ever before.
GG4L to Compete in Premier Global Competition for Emerging Companies that “Bend the Arc of Human Potential”
Alameda, CA, January 15, 2020 – Today, the Global Grid for Learning (GG4L), a Public Benefit Corporation, was announced as one of the Elite 200 companies who will compete in the GSV Cup and will now present at the 2020 ASU GSV Summit. The ASU GSV Summit gathers leaders in government, education, and work advancing […]
It’s a great to start a new decade with new aspirations and ambitions. Happy new decade to everyone in the education industry at large! What a difference a decade can make when it comes to innovation and technology. We at GG4L have made some major resolutions this new year and are working on some ambitious […]
One of the pillars of the Safer Schools in America initiative that is essential for improving the ability of the student to thrive in school is emotional and behavioral health. For students, a safe school must address emotional and behavioral health; this includes addressing the wellbeing of the student who is bullied, who has inadequate […]