The Schools Interoperability Framework Association (SIFA) has reached agreements with three leading international ed-tech organizations to help ease the integration of educational software programs in schools around the world.

SIFA will collaborate with the United Kingdom's BECTA, Europe's European Schoolnet, and Australia's limited. Collectively, these organizations will work together to "lead the technical development of a world-class specification and certification program to enable data interoperability for education," SIFA said.

The three international agencies will work with SIFA in their respective countries to convene education stakeholders, identify their collective data


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