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K-12 learning management for Microsoft school districts & regions

Assessment, reporting and parent communication integrated with Teams & Microsoft 365

Edsby augments Microsoft Education technologies with the richest set of learning management features for K-12 available in a single application. Tailored specifically for the needs of K-12 educators, students & parents.

Assess & Report

Modern gradebook & report card system aligned with local policies, assessment schemes & terms.

Parent Engagement

Securely incorporate parents into students’ K-12 journeys with easy sharing.


Consolidate and visualize data across the region. Find and mitigate students at risk.

We love that Edsby can be used via app or browser 24/7, 365. We also love its group collaboration and integration with Microsoft 365.
John Howitt, Superintendent of Education and Information Technology / Greater Essex County District School Board, 35,000 students and 4,500 staff on Edsby

Integrates with Microsoft technologies

Students and teachers–and even parents–managed in Active Directory or Azure Active Directory don’t need separate Edsby sign-ons. Edsby authenticates against AD or AAD.

Edsby can appear in the Microsoft 365 waffle for easy access by users.

Office 365 apps can be made available from Edsby’s version of the Microsoft 365 waffle, called the Edsby Launchpad.

The Edsby document uploader recognizes users’ OneDrives.

Launch Teams meetings securely from Edsby classes or sports teams, club, parent or professional development “groups” in Edsby. Safe–only authenticated users can attend.

Edsby is recognized in our learning community as the trusted source of all information relevant to students' learning.
Will Lammers, Vice-Principal / Smithville Christian High School
Tim Gard, Chief Learning Officer, MindShare Learning, Reviews Edsby

Have someone contact you to discuss Edsby’s fit

Research shows, especially during times of crisis, that we need to bolster the strategies and competencies of students to manage stress. Being able to have explicit and intentional opportunities to check in, name how they’re feeling and learn specific strategies to manage their stress and how to get along with others is critical for students’ school and life success.
Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl, NoVo Foundation Endowed Chair in Social and Emotional Learning in the Department of Psychology / University of Illinois at Chicago