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New 2020 Edtech Report Spotlights Lingering Gap in Usage for Students, Educators Despite Improvements from Spring

New 2020 Edtech Report Spotlights Lingering Gap in Usage for Students, Educators Despite Improvements from Spring

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RALEIGH, N.C., Jan. 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — LearnPlatform, developer of an edtech effectiveness system used by states and districts serving more than 4 million students, today published a year-end analysis and infographic of edtech usage by students and teachers from February to December 2020.

“The Covid-19 pandemic forced K-12 schools to rapidly alter the way they deliver instruction to students, which involved a dramatic increase in the number of edtech tools used by students and educators,” said Karl Rectanus, CEO and co-founder of LearnPlatform. “It’s only when we break down the engagement data and examine it through an equity lens that we can begin to address the digital divide and learning loss.”

LearnPlatform’s analysis examined engagement with edtech tools by 2.5 million students and 270,000 educators in more than 250 U.S. school districts in 17 states. It shows that by the end of 2020, students and teachers in less affluent districts were using edtech tools more than before the pandemic and significantly more than in the spring, when usage plummeted.

Despite those gains, the analysis also reveals wide, persistent usage gaps between teachers and students in districts where more than 25% of students are eligible for free and reduced-priced lunch and their peers in more affluent districts.

For example, as schools transitioned to remote learning in March, the use of edtech ools by students in all districts dropped noticeably — but student engagement in more affluent districts recovered more quickly and actually increased in the spring. Usage in less affluent districts didn’t return to pre-pandemic levels until the fall.

The same is true for teacher engagement. In more affluent districts, teacher edtech usage increased by more than 30 percent immediately after school closures. Recovery was slower for educators in less affluent districts, and it wasn’t until the fall that edtech usage outpaced pre-pandemic levels at those schools.

View the updated report, 2020 EdTech Engagement & Digital Equity Gaps – Infographic, detailing US edtech usage, access and equity during the pandemic here.

About LearnPlatform
LearnPlatform is a comprehensive edtech effectiveness system used by districts and states to continuously improve the safety, equity and effectiveness of their edtech ecosystems. The research-driven technology, central office automation and data-rich insights and services equip school districts, states and their partners to organize and communicate their edtech resources, streamline their internal process for better compliance, and analyze and improve their edtech interventions. For more information, visit learnplatform.com.

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The same is true for teacher engagement. In more affluent districts, teacher edtech usage increased by more than 30 percent immediately after school closures. Recovery was slower for educators in less affluent districts, and it wasn’t until the fall that edtech usage outpaced pre-pandemic levels at those schools.

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Electric Vehicle Charchargepoint (Evc) Market: Ready To Fly on high Growth Trends

HTF MI Analyst have added a new research study on Title COVID-19 Outbreak-Global Electric Vehicle Charchargepoint (Evc) Industry Market Report-Develop

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HTF MI Analyst have added a new research study on Title COVID-19 Outbreak-Global Electric Vehicle Charchargepoint (Evc) Industry Market Report-Development Trends, Threats, Opportunities and Competitive Landscape in 2020 with detailed information of Product Types [, DC charging & AC charging], Applications [Residential charging, Public charging & Others] & Key Players Such as Titans, XJ Group, Shanghai Xundao, DBT USA, SIEMENS, Clipper Creek, Eaton, Chargemaster, Nanjing Lvzhan, BYD, Zhejiang Wanma, Leviton, UTEK, Blink, Aotexun, Chargemaster, General Electric, Puruite, CHARGEPOINT, Hepu, NARI, Schneider & Beijing Huashang etc. The Study provides in-depth comprehensive analysis for regional segments that covers North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa with global outlook and includes Clear Market definitions, classifications, manufacturing processes, cost structures, development policies and plans. The facts and data are well presented in the COVID-19 Outbreak- Electric Vehicle Charchargepoint (Evc) report using diagrams, graphs, pie charts, and other pictorial representations with respect to its current trends, dynamics, and business scope & key statistics.

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NIT-Jalandhar startup launches Rancike Gyan edtech app to democratize digital education

Rancike Learning, an NIT-Jalandhar based startup, has launched its learning app Rancike Gyan. Using the edtech app, students can connect, exchange notes, network, and share ebooks for free.

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New Delhi: For India’s edtech sector, the pandemic has come as a blessing in disguise, as students were forced to take digital classes in the comfort and safety of their homes. Several startups across the country are cashing in on the opportunity and joining the fray is Rancike Learning OPC Pvt Ltd.

The NIT-Jalandhar based startup has launched its learning app Rancike Gyan, an edtech app where students can connect, exchange notes, network, and share ebooks for free.

The app targets students from 9th-12th standard, CBSE and ICSE, and is said to be using artificial intelligence to understand the students’ behaviour and learning pattern. Based on algorithms’ results, the app provides them with mentors.

Rancike Gyan is aiming to build a student community for sharing requirements, posting queries, promoting positive discussions, and networking. The live updates feature offered by the app helps students keep up with important announcements like examinations, government notifications, etc.

The learning and study materials available on the app can be accessed by everyone. The startup claims that the content and chapter-wise solutions offered by the app are provided in detail by IITians and NITIans.

The app also offers detailed reports of the quiz section, which is free to participate in, showcasing the student’s progress, and highlighting their respective strengths and weakness.

Mentors are further assigned to individual students to provide them guidance for answering queries and to motivate them psychologically. The tests and quizzes are designed to provide students with an experience of the examination environment. Also Read: IPO bells: CarTrade plans to go public, raise Rs 2000 crore: Report

Gaurav Kumar, Director Rancike Learning OPC Pvt. Ltd. says, “During the initial market survey, we realized the need for an app, which builds a community for the students. They can connect with fellow students, who are in similar condition, and are located across the country. We are targeting 20k+ downloads in the current financial year. Our major market share will come from tier-2 and tier-3 cities. There is a huge demand-supply gap coming from that area, due to the lack of quality tutors. Also, an app like ours will be extremely helpful for the students, who have lost bread earners of their family and don’t have sufficient funds, for extra coaching.’’

The edtech sector has witnessed a surge in the online education domain, and it is one of the most funded sectors in 2020. Venture Capital investments in ed-tech start-ups have almost tripled from January to July 2020 to $998 million, from $310 million, a year ago.

The investors have witnessed tremendous growth in the edtech companies, at times 3-5X rise in free audiences and between 50-100% growth in monthly revenues during covid times. This trend is here to stay, but the offerings would be the key differentiator. Also Read: India’s recognised startups count touches 50,000 mark

Source: https://zeenews.india.com/technology/nit-jalandhar-startup-launches-rancike-gyan-edtech-app-to-democratize-digital-education-2370444.html

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Juni Learning Named Best Tutoring Solution in 2021 EdTech Breakthrough Awards

Juni Learning Named Best Tutoring Solution in 2021 EdTech Breakthrough Awards

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[June 09, 2021]

Juni Learning, provider of 1:1 private learning experiences that connect kids with top university instructors, today announced that EdTech Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies and solutions in the global educational technology market, has named Juni as the winner of its “Best Tutoring Solution” award in the third annual EdTech Breakthrough Awards program.

Juni was selected based on its unique online learning environment, which has been refined over the past four years. Juni offers a fundamentally different, project-based experience that empowers kids to learn in new and engaging ways. On the Juni platform, students can cover the most basic concepts through advanced computer programming languages like Scratch, Python, and Java.

Over the past year, Juni has expanded beyond coding with proprietary curriculums that include courses in reading, creative writing and grammar as well as all levels of math. Courses have been designed with the most rigorous Common Core and state standards in mind in order to supplement, enhance and reinforce the skills taught in schools across the country. Using these standards as the starting point, Juni develops additional pathways to further build students’ understanding and discovery. Its curriculums provide a clear roadmap for trackable progress and built-in mechanisms to ensure concepts are mastered before moving forward.

Juni stands out in part because all of its instructors are hand-picked from the top universities in the country. The company matches instructors with students by asking parents several qualifying, personalized questions to ensure that instructors know more about their interests and kids have a great experience. Additionally, Juni instructors are trained in its curriculum delivery so that thereis no guesswork. As a result, instructors are free to focus 100% of their attention on teaching, meeting students at their ability level and fully engaging kids to make learning exciting.

“Based on our own experiences, which were defined by the important role mentors and teaching assistants played in helping us thrive, we devised a unique path to student success that teaches kids to start early and learn by doing,” said Vivian Shen, co-founder and CEO of Juni Learning. “Connected to credible, near-peer instructors who also act as mentors, Juni’s students develop the creativity, confidence and grit required to become tomorrow’s leaders. We are thrilled to win this award from EdTech Breakthrough and will use it as further inspiration on the road to provide kids meaningful learning experiences.”

The mission of the EdTech Breakthrough Awards is to honor excellence and recognize the innovation, hard work and success in a range of educational technology categories, including Student Engagement, School Administration, Adaptive Learning, STEM Education, e-Learning, Career Preparation and many more. This year’s program attracted more than 2,000 nominations from over 17 different countries throughout the world.

“Effective distance learning is part of the Juni’s DNA, which has been proven by the success of thousands of students nationwide, and this approach has been invaluable throughout the pandemic. There was no adjustment period, no panic, nothing to work out in terms of shifting from in-person to online,” said James Johnson, managing director, EdTech Breakthrough. “Juni simply works. Congratulations to the entire team at Juni Learning on winning Best Tutoring Solution in our 2021 EdTech Breakthrough Awards program.”

About Juni Learning

Juni is a membership-driven online learning platform designed to help students ages 7-18 discover and pursue their passions with joy. The company offers award-winning curriculums, teaching the skills that matter, in subjects like Computer Science, Math, and English, with 1:1 instruction from near-peer instructors enrolled at the top colleges and universities. Juni also provides opportunities for students to explore their interests beyond the classroom in student-driven Clubs. Through project-centered courses, best-in-class technology and the power of community, Juni’s varied learning experiences prepare students for their best future, creating the leaders of tomorrow. The company works with thousands of students around the world and is backed by top leaders in technology including Arielle Zuckerberg, Y Combinator Co-founder Jessica Livingston, AME Cloud Ventures, led by Yahoo Founder Jerry Yang (NewsAlert), Forerunner Ventures, Index Ventures, Pear VC, and LDV Partners.

Juni is headquartered in San Francisco. To learn more, please visit junilearning.com.

About EdTech Breakthrough

Part of Tech Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence and recognition platform for global technology innovation and leadership, the EdTech Breakthrough Awards program is devoted to honoring excellence in educational technology products, companies and people. The EdTech Breakthrough Awards provide a platform for public recognition around the achievements of breakthrough educational technology in categories including e-learning, student engagement, school administration, career preparation, language learning, STEM and more. For more information, visit EdTechBreakthrough.com.

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