CatchOn Wins 2020 IMS Learning Impact Award

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Nashville, TN – CatchOn, an expansive data analytics tool that compiles real-time data on district-issued devices both on campus and at home, and Mashpee Public Schools, a Massachusetts district serving 1,600 students, have won a 2020 Learning Impact Bronze Award from IMS Global Learning Consortium for Leveraging Actionable Data to Transform and Safeguard Learning Environments.

CatchOn empowers school districts by transforming their data into actionable insights. With total visibility into student and teacher engagement with apps and online resources, education leaders can leverage data to monitor the health of eLearning, improve instruction, save money, and help safeguard student data privacy. CatchOn was selected for this award by a panel of experts and voters from the broader edtech community.

“CatchOn is excited to earn a Learning Impact Award that recognizes the transformative impact the solution has on traditional, blended, and remote learning environments through the delivery of comprehensive data analytics,” said Lillian Kellogg, Senior Vice President at CatchOn and ENA. “Even more so, we are honored that the highly-respected IMS Global organization and its participating members have recognized our commitment to providing real-world best-of-breed solutions to digital transformation in education.”

Mashpee Public Schools’ success using CatchOn exemplifies the solution’s power to help districts improve education by understanding how their students and teachers are actually engaging with technology. “What’s been really helpful for us,” says Suzy Brooks, Instructional Technology Director at Mashpee, “is the ability to see what students are doing on their devices both at school and at home. We’ve also been able to improve teachers’ professional development with proven tools that we know help our kids to learn. This has led to increased and more consistent use of effective apps.”

Acknowledged as one of the world’s premier annual awards programs within the edtech industry, the IMS Learning Impact Awards recognize outstanding, innovative applications of educational technology to address the most significant challenges facing education worldwide.

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About CatchOn

CatchOn is an expansive data analytics tool that compiles real-time data on every device, enabling school districts to make data-informed decisions about the apps and online tools their educators and students are using. In 2018, CatchOn joined forces with ENA, a leading provider of comprehensive technology solutions to education institutions and libraries across the nation. Collectively, CatchOn and ENA leverage their respective resources and expertise to deliver critical services and solutions that help school districts produce positive outcomes in the communities they serve. For more information, visit https://www.catchon.com.

“We are honored that the highly-respected IMS Global organization and its participating members have recognized our commitment to providing real-world best-of-breed solutions to digital transformation in education.” – Lillian Kellogg, Senior Vice President at CatchOn and ENA

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