The EdTech Awards 2023 Now Open

It’s open! Grab your favorite beverage and cozy up to this page. The EdTech Awards 2023 program is now open for entries. EdTech Digest, a leading source of cool tools, interviews, and trends showcasing the future of learning — annually honors the best and brightest people, products and groups working in edtech with The EdTech Awards. Cool Tool, Leadership, and Trendsetter honorees span the K-12, Higher Ed, and Skills & Workforce sectors. 

Standing out from the crowd and being recognized and celebrated for hard work is invaluable, and precisely what honorees of The EdTech Awards receive and have achieved. Those who enter are in good company: Past winners include Adobe, Blackboard, ClassLink, Coursera, Discovery Education, DreamBox Learning, Edthena, Flipgrid, Freshgrade, HoverCam, Promethean, Scholastic, Schoology, SMART Technologies, Smithsonian Learning Lab, and zSpace, among many others.  

The EdTech Awards are unique in that we are very inclusive: small startups can compete alongside much larger companies. And unsung heroes are recognized alongside other leaders and visionaries. In other words: we look for promising people and ideas before they become well known. And we also recognize established, proven success stories.

‘…we look for promising people and ideas before they become well known. And we also recognize established, proven success stories.’

Over the years, The EdTech Awards from EdTech Digest has recognized hundreds of leaders in technology as well as innovative educators. Global audience exposure, validation, new business and professional relationships, a revitalization of purpose—these are a few of the reasons to enter. These reasons and more are what you’ll hear from the finalists and winners themselves, including those that follow:

“We are honored our Unified Insights platform received this distinction from The EdTech Awards and look forward to continuing to offer leading education technology that simplifies our users’ academic, talent, and administrative responsibilities,” said Marcy Daniel, Chief Product Officer, PowerSchool.

“We are thrilled to be recognized as a Cool Tool in two categories by EdTech Digest,” said Alicia Policinski, Cofounder and CEO at Quottly. “Along with thanking the judges for recognizing us as a winner and finalist, we want to gratefully acknowledge the 200+ institutional partners that have implemented our platform to activate greater success for more than 3 million students enrolled at these institutions.”

“We are honored to be recognized by EdTech Digest for our innovative products and what we do to support schools and school districts while enriching the lives of students across the nation,“ said Michael Flood, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Public Sector for Kajeet.

“We are humbled and grateful that our tools have been recognized for their design and capability,” said Bryan MacDonald, Chief Executive Officer of SchoolMint. “… our mission has always been to create tools and solutions that support and delight our customers. As a former educator, I recognize how important it is now to offer schools powerful tools to attract and enroll more students and families while also helping retain those families for years to come.” 

“We’re honored to be recognized by EdTech Digest for this award,“ said Myles Hunter, TutorMe CEO. “We’ve worked tirelessly to create an accessible tutoring solution for students of all ages, abilities, and socioeconomic backgrounds that provides on-demand 24/7 access to thousands of verified expert tutors in hundreds of subjects.”

“This year’s finalists and winners were judged based on pedagogical soundness, feasibility of use, and efficacy and results. The acknowledgement of enCORE as a finalist confirms our focus on delivering high-quality curriculum that measurably improves student outcomes,“ said Margaret Onisick Lawless, Chief Product Officer, TeachTown.

“Students have seen and gone through so much over the last two years, and teachers are very much at the forefront of the questions students are asking or not asking but internalizing,“ said Lisa O’Masta, president of Learning A-Z. “This recognition by EdTech Digest is confirmation that we’re making strides towards empowering the world’s teachers to do their best work and helping all students feel seen, heard, and understood.“

“Every learner is on their own unique path and their needs are evolving rapidly,“ said Anthology Chairman and CEO Jim Milton. “We are collaborating with our institutional partners to deliver intelligent experiences that support students in every facet of their academic journey and it’s an honor for our work to be recognized.“

See more people and program details in our entry guide.

Start your entries now to get an edge. The system saves your work so you can go back in later and edit and perfect them until the very last minute. Regular entry deadline is Thursday, September 29, 2022 at 10 pm Eastern. Get started right now: ENTER HERE



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