The growth in learner variability in today’s classrooms is staggering: learners who come to school hungry, those who must map out safe paths to walk from home to school, and students who are bored because traditional methods of instruction do not engage them or meet their needs. Yet, we need to reach each learner in every classroom so that they can meet their potential as they move through school and beyond.
One of our goals for the Learner Variability Project (LVP) initiative is to incentivize edtech products to develop increased research-based supports that address the variability of all learners. We are launching multiple RFPs, Literacy 7-12, Math PK-2, and Math 3-6, to provide grants to developers who share this goal.
We are looking for creative product developers to be thought partners in developing “innovative approaches that allow students to engage with content differently, [by asking] what does technology make possible that could not be done before?” (Ed Tech Developer’s Guide, 2015, p. 8). Each grantee will receive:
These RFPs are open for applications on a rolling basis. Click below to learn more and apply.