Lake Tahoe Unified chooses ScootPad to deliver NWEA MAP Growth driven adaptive learning for students

San Jose, CA – Jan 27, 2020 – ScootPad, a leading adaptive learning platform for grades K-8, announced today that Lake Tahoe Unified school district selected ScootPad to deliver NWEA MAP Growth driven adaptive learning paths for students district-wide. All elementary students in the district have personalized learning paths based on their latest NWEA MAP Growth RIT scores.

“Lake Tahoe Unified School District was looking for a solution to bridge the data we receive using NWEA MAP and supporting students in filling their knowledge gaps. After viewing a short webinar we were astounded with the possibilities that we saw with ScootPad.” said Kelly Martin, the district’s Elementary Educational Technology & Curriculum Coordinator. “We decided to pilot ScootPad with our afterschool program, specifically targeting mathematics. We aligned the students’ paths with their NWEA MAP data and the overall results were astonishing. Students who consistently used ScootPad made incredible growth. It became clear that we needed to implement ScootPad with all our elementary schools and students. We are proud to partner with ScootPad to help our students grow and provide the teachers with the data they need to better support their students.”

“We’re constantly seeking new and innovative ways to help educators maximize every instructional minute of the school day,” said Bharat Kumar, Co-founder and CEO of ScootPad. “We’re delighted to offer this seamless integration with NWEA to instantly enable adaptive learning paths for each student to achieve personalized mastery and automatic remediation aligned to their latest RIT scores. We’re excited and encouraged by the results Lake Tahoe Unified achieved with this integration. With this as a model implementation, we look forward to working with more district partners in the coming months to help them empower their teachers to focus on teaching and interventions.”

Through partnerships with schools and districts like this, ScootPad’s adaptive learning platform continues to extend its capabilities while becoming a “go-to” tool for hundreds of U.S. districts and schools, including some of the largest school districts.

About ScootPad
ScootPad is an intelligent adaptive learning platform that harnesses the power of artificial intelligence and proven learning science techniques to create powerful personalized learning experiences for every student. With its comprehensive design and intuitive user experience, ScootPad has become a classroom staple, providing teachers and students with a full suite of features that are accessible anywhere, any time, on any device. For more information, visit https://www.scootpad.com or follow us on Twitter @ScootPad.

L.A. Unified Schools add ScootPad to their strategic plans with multi-year Site Licenses

San Jose, CA – June 12, 2015 – ScootPad, a leading adaptive learning platform for grades K-8, announced today that several L.A. Unified Schools extended their ScootPad Site Licenses for multiple years as a result of their early success with accelerated rate of learning and overall love for ScootPad by both students & teachers.

Allesandro Elementary School was an early-adopter school from L.A. Unified which implemented ScootPad school-wide starting with the 2013-2014 school year when ScootPad’s flagship Ultra-Premium Site License was first released. Bandini Street Elementary School, Gardena Elementary School, Humphreys Avenue Elementary School and Canterbury Avenue Elementary School followed suit with school-wide implementations of ScootPad and subsequently renewed their site licenses for multiple years. Allesandro Elementary School has been recognized by ScootPad as the first school to reach the “5-Year Milestone”, having purchased ScootPad for a total of 5 school years!

“With all the recent changes in education our school has been lucky to have found a program like ScootPad.  It continues to hit the mark on providing students with much needed Math and Reading practice while acquiring computer knowledge. Teachers have the ability to assign and modify student assignments for both class and homework. Parents also have access at home so they can work with their kids. ScootPad has become an important tool in the success of our students.” said Lynn Andrews, Principal, Allesandro Elementary School. “What has probably been the most surprising part is the willingness of the ScootPad team to take our feedback and make improvements swiftly. On behalf of the entire Allesandro team, here’s a big Thank You to ScootPad and the team behind it.”

“We are very excited and encouraged to see schools & districts adding ScootPad to their strategic plans with multi-year commitments. We look forward to working very closely with them to make ScootPad even more valuable and easy to use in the coming months and years.” said Bharat Kumar, Co-Founder & CEO of ScootPad. “Together, we are offering an invaluable learning tool for students at a fraction of the cost compared to similar products in the market.”

Through partnerships with schools and districts like this, ScootPad’s adaptive learning platform continues to extend its capabilities while becoming a “go-to” tool for thousands of U.S. schools, including some of the largest school districts. For more information about ScootPad, please visit http://www.scootpad.com or follow @ScootPad on Twitter.

About ScootPad
Founded in 2011, ScootPad is a leading adaptive learning platform for grades K-8. Delivering highly personalized and accelerated learning through adaptive algorithms, predictive analytics, data visualization, and gamification, ScootPad has become a “go-to” platform for over 37,000 schools across 9,000+ districts. With its comprehensive design, ScootPad has become a classroom staple, providing teachers and students with a full suite of features that are accessible anywhere, any time, on any device. For more information, visit www.scootpad.com or follow us on Twitter @ScootPad.

About L.A. Unified Schools & Allesandro Elementary School
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is the largest public school system in the state of California and the 2nd largest public school district in the United States. Allesandro Elementary School is located in North East Los Angeles. Over the past ten years, Allesandro Elementary School’s Academic Performance Index (API) has risen from 525 to 832. For more information, visit https://allesandro-lausd-ca.schoolloop.com

Fort Gibson students demonstrate significant gains in Math & Reading with ScootPad

San Jose, CA – June 9, 2015 – ScootPad, a leading adaptive learning platform for grades K-8, announced today that Fort Gibson Public Schools renewed their ScootPad Site License for two more years, driven by significant gains in student achievement in both Math and Reading during the 2014-2015 school year.

Fort Gibson implemented ScootPad to deliver 1:1 learning for students at their Early Learning Center and Intermediate Elementary Schools in the 2014-2015 school year. State Department of Education-led tests demonstrated significant student gains in both Math and Reading scores, prompting Fort Gibson to renew their ScootPad site license for two additional years. Also, impressed by the results, Fort Gibson administration mandated ScootPad to be part of their daily blended instruction for all students starting next school year.

“We are very pleased with our experience using ScootPad. We had previously participated in a program through our State Department of Education called Think Through Math. This year as part of that program, we were asked to participate in an additional test that would see how our students compared nationally in math. Our students scored very well. The test was taken in the fall and the spring. One classroom alone showed a 180 point gain. When we asked our teachers who showed the most gain and success on the test what they were doing, we found that those teachers used ScootPad math as part of their daily blended instruction time. Every student in our district has a device as part of our district 1:1 initiative. Our elementary students (k-5) use ScootPad as an integral part of their virtual instruction using their own devices. They communicate with their teachers and receive assignments and practice through ScootPad.” said Cheryl Hill, District Curriculum Director.

“Our state has a high stakes reading test for 3rd graders. They must pass in order to be promoted to 4th grade. ScootPad is a consistent part of the reading instruction and is used faithfully by our Title I reading specialist. For the second year in a row, 100% of our regular Ed students have passed the test. Our results with ScootPad have been so incredible that our Intermediate Elementary principal is now requiring all students to complete one ScootPad Math and one ScootPad Reading lesson each day starting in the fall.” Cheryl Hill added.

“We’re pleased and humbled to see ScootPad delivering measurable impact and helping Fort Gibson students reach their full potential,” said Bharat Kumar, Co-Founder & CEO of ScootPad. “We are also very excited to partner with Fort Gibson in the coming months and years as we continue to roll out our platform’s new and extended capabilities.”

Through partnerships like this, ScootPad’s adaptive learning platform is used by one in three U.S. schools, including some of the largest school districts, and serving over 2 million K-8 students. For more information about ScootPad, please visit http://www.scootpad.com or follow @ScootPad on Twitter.

About ScootPad
Founded in 2011, ScootPad is a leading adaptive learning platform for grades K-8. Delivering highly personalized and accelerated learning through adaptive algorithms, predictive analytics, data visualization, and gamification, ScootPad has become a “go-to” platform for over 37,000 schools across 9,000+ districts. With its comprehensive design, ScootPad has become a classroom staple, providing teachers and students with a full suite of features that are accessible anywhere, any time, on any device. For more information, visit www.scootpad.com or follow us on Twitter @ScootPad.

About Fort Gibson Public Schools
Fort Gibson Public Schools is located in the small town of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma, with a total enrollment of approximately 2,500 students across PK-12 grades. The mission of Fort Gibson Schools is to challenge all students to achieve excellence in a setting which promotes academics, responsible citizenship and life-long learning.​ For more information, visit www.ftgibson.k12.ok.us.

Penns Valley School District Selects ScootPad

San Jose, CA – June 3, 2015 – ScootPad, a leading adaptive learning platform for grades K-8, announced today that Penns Valley Area School District has selected ScootPad to enable personalized and differentiated learning for its K-8 students.

Penns Valley first implemented ScootPad at their Elementary and Intermediate School in the 2014-2015 school year. Impressed by the results and the positive experience, Penns Valley decided to deploy ScootPad district-wide across all of their K-8 schools. Penns Valley selected ScootPad as a long-term partner (with a multi-year license agreement) to deliver personalized and differentiated learning for all K-8 schools.

“We were looking for a solution that would: Engage the students, differentiate by specific standard/concept, give our teachers easy access to a variety of reports, show our students their progress and allow students/parents to access at home” said Sherri Connell, Assistant Superintendent. “Using this criteria, we had teachers try different resources for over a year and, based upon their experience, present their findings to the entire selection committee. We felt that ScootPad best met our needs.”

“We applaud Penns Valley for taking these important steps to help students reach their full potential,” said Bharat Kumar, Co-Founder & CEO of ScootPad. “We are excited to partner with Penns Valley to help them realize the difference that personalized and differentiated learning solutions will make on student achievement.”

Through partnerships like this, ScootPad’s adaptive learning platform is used by one in three U.S. schools, including some of the largest school districts, and serving over 2 million K-8 students. For more information about ScootPad, please visit http://www.scootpad.com or follow @ScootPad on Twitter.

About ScootPad
Founded in 2011, ScootPad is a leading adaptive learning platform for grades K-8. Delivering highly personalized and accelerated learning through adaptive algorithms, predictive analytics, data visualization, and gamification, ScootPad has become a “go-to” platform for over 37,000+ schools across 9,000+ districts. With it’s comprehensive design, ScootPad has become a classroom staple, providing teachers and students with a full suite of features that are accessible anywhere, anytime, on any device. For more information, visit www.scootpad.com or follow us on Twitter @ScootPad.

About Penns Valley Area School District
The Penns Valley Area School District is a rural and progressive community dedicated to the well-being of each student. Penns Valley seeks to create engaged, passionate, and motivated life-long learners who will become contributing members of society. Penns Valley is committed to effective communication within a supportive and trusting environment that will create a shared understanding between all members of the school community.​ “Empowering our students every day to reach individual success.” For more information, visit www.pennsvalley.org.

ScootPad announces LTI compliance to enable seamless integration with LMS/SIS Systems

San Jose, CA – May 28, 2015 – ScootPad, a leading adaptive learning platform for grades K-8, today announced LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability) integration availability on the ScootPad platform supporting both 1.x and 2.0 specifications. This integration enables users to simply click a button/link and seamlessly launch ScootPad from within their LMS/SIS systems.

Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) is a standard from IMS Global Learning Consortium that enables learning platforms to easily integrate with learning applications providing a seamless end user experience. In LTI these learning applications are called Tools (delivered by Tool Providers such as ScootPad) and the LMS, or platforms, are called Tool Consumers.

With LTI integration between a LMS/SIS system and ScootPad, administrators, teachers and students can automatically a) Get an account on ScootPad with the appropriate role b) Sign into ScootPad with 1-click (no separate username or password) c) Enroll into classrooms and much more…

“With this integration, both students and teachers will be seamlessly logged into ScootPad if they’re already logged into their existing system. We believe that the more convenient we make it for students, the more quickly and efficiently they will learn.” said Maya Gadde, Co-Founder & CTO of ScootPad. “We look forward to partnering with several districts in the coming days and weeks in helping them easily on-board teachers and students while driving deeper integration and enhanced user experience.”

Through partnerships like this, ScootPad’s adaptive learning platform is used by one in three U.S. schools, including some of the largest school districts, and serving over 2 million K-8 students. For more information about ScootPad, please visit http://www.scootpad.com or follow @ScootPad on Twitter.

About ScootPad
Founded in 2011, ScootPad is a leading adaptive learning platform for grades K-8. Delivering highly personalized and accelerated learning through adaptive algorithms, predictive analytics, data visualization, and gamification, ScootPad has become a “go-to” platform for over 37,000+ schools across 9,000+ districts. With it’s comprehensive design, ScootPad has become a classroom staple, providing teachers and students with a full suite of features that are accessible anywhere, anytime, on any device. For more information, visit www.scootpad.com or follow us on Twitter @ScootPad.