“We are deeply appreciative to SETDA for selecting us to be a part of their 2018 Emerging Partners Program,” said Julie Carter, EdD, the co-founder and CEO of GreyED Solutions. “We look forward to sharing FilterED with SETDA members, including state educational technology directors, and state and regional curriculum and instruction, assessment, and professional development leaders, at the 2018 SETDA Emerging Technologies Leadership Forum in Chicago.”
“Making informed decisions to purchase technology at a school or district level is a true challenge for a variety of reasons,” said Carter. “But GreyED Solutions and its FilterED product offer that much-needed set of tools for district leaders who want to understand and maximize their investments in technology in a way that’s visual and concrete.”
During the Emerging Technologies Leadership Forum, which takes place June 22–25, state members and the private sector will engage in a discussion of the importance in digital learning across the nation. For more information about SETDA’s current Emerging Partners as well as a full list of those who were chosen, please click here.
“By taking responsibility for engaging with emerging education and technology companies, state-level digital learning leaders play a valuable role in ensuring that future educational technology products and services are of high-quality and align with state education goals and needs,” said Dr. Tracy Weeks, SETDA’s Executive Director. “The Emerging Private Sector Partners program is a way to learn from one another in a highly supportive environment, while also providing a vitally important lens to our vision and mission of improving education through technology policy and practice.”
About GreyED Solutions
GreyED Solutions’ mission is to help schools more effectively implement technology and guide edtech businesses in the development of technology products that truly deliver value to educators and students. GreyED Solutions is a small group of innovative and dedicated leaders who understand education technology as both end users and as developers. Our collective experience in education technology encompasses industry insight, instruction, infrastructure, organizational change, professional development, and strategic planning. We are instructors at heart, technologists by trade, and leaders by design. Learn more at GreyEDSolutions.com.
About the State Educational Technology Directors Association
The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA), founded in 2001, is the national non-profit association representing the interests of U.S. state and territorial educational technology leadership. SETDA’s mission is to build and increase the capacity of state and national leaders to improve education through technology policy and practice. For more information, please visit SETDA.org.