Knovation honors districts for outstanding usage of online and digital learning resources
Knovation’s 2015 Digital Learning Awards program honors districts across the U.S. that use netTrekker or icurio to find, organize and share hundreds of thousands of standards-aligned resources that are professionally evaluated, tagged and maintained, ensuring students truly benefit from their digital shift.
The awards are presented to small, medium, and large districts based on how they used the Knovation Content Collection via netTrekker or icurio during the 2014-2015 school year.
The top three winners in each size category are:
Large districts (more than 25,000 students):
- Baldwin County School District, Bay Minette, Alabama (icurio)
- Cabarrus County School District, Concord, North Carolina (icurio)
- Wake County School District, Cary, North Carolina (netTrekker)
Medium distircts (5,000-25,000 students):
- Mooresville Graded School District, Mooresville, North Carolina (icurio)
- Alhambra Elementary School District 68, Phoenix, Arizona (netTrekker)
- Coppell Independent School District, Coppell, Texas (netTrekker)
Small districts (less than 5,000 students):
- Community Consolidated School District 93, Bloomingdale, Illinois (icurio)
- Corinth School District, Corinth, Mississippi (icurio)
- Ross Local School District, Hamilton, Ohio (icurio)
“The Digital Learning Awards honor school districts that are leading high-level implementation of digital resources,” said Randy Wilhelm, CEO of Knovation. “We recognize the outstanding use of online learning resources in these schools as an advancement of personalized learning for each and every student.”
View the complete list of Top 100 Digital Learning Award winners at: www.knovationlearning.com/dla.
Material from a press release was used in this report.
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