Engage students, parents and teachers on all of their devices
Enable personalized learning experiences, and
Facilitate your district’s digital transformation
Edsby is the most comprehensive learning and analytics platform available for K-12.
New assessment methodologies
Assess to standards. Capture observations and other evidence of learning. Use rubrics & emerging assessment schemes.
Single walled garden app eliminates point solutions. Parents only need one app. Reduces student data privacy concerns.
Full K-12 support
Unique features for assessment & reporting on progress of junior and elementary students, not just high school.
Real time student progress
Parents and educators see latest results, overdue assignments, attendance and more, and can intervene if needed.
Gives students voice
Polling. Portfolios of best work. Conversations around assessments. Students can reflect on their work.
Group assessments with student notes. Assessments for subsets of students. Tagging. Teachers can personalize instruction.
World class analytics
Teachers get the big picture of each of their students. Administrators get even bigger pictures, using live data.
Features for the future of K-12
Edsby is where K-12 is going. Give your teachers tools that work the way you want them to today & tomorrow.
What sets Edsby apart?
Made just for K-12
Has exactly what K-12 districts need
Unlike other systems, Edsby wasn’t made first for higher ed. It was designed just for K-12, and it shows. Which means great parent support, elementary assessment & reporting and more.
Works your way
Use your policies, terms and standards
Set up processes to work the way your district works today. Assess to your standards. Use your terminology. Keep sensitive student data in your region.
Connects to everything, so it works for everybody
Connect to your existing databases and infrastructure. Every student, teacher and parent gets a clean, modern experience and everything the district chooses to share.
People talk about Edsby
Not emotionally ready to delete edsby— Leeat (@LeeatG) June 23, 2017