The industry has recognized us for our consistent endeavors to provide end-to-end customized solutions that help our clients perform better and achieve high industry rankings. Below are just a few examples of awards that we have earned.
We Win When You Win.
Our Awards and Accolades.
California School Boards and Superintendents Conference 2018
Exhibit of iStudy and JournalXR at the California School Boards and Superintendents Conference at the Mascone Center in San Francisco.
Palo Alto Unified School District Superintendent on iStudy
Senior Lucas Evans was a winner of the Do Yewno High School Research Competition, creators of the Yewno Create platform giving K-12 students the ability to research, write, collaborate on, and publish research articles. His project was the iStudy Learning Engineer Moonshot, an artificial intelligence research platform “enabling schools to provide extreme personalization for students in secondary schools globally.”
Palo Alto Unified School District Board of Education Hoffman Award (JournalXR)
Palo Alto Unified School District pioneers Advanced Authentic Research Journal using JournalXR platform. Stanford University named fellowship for district towards students in the program.
Design Tech High School at Oracle (Student Journals featured by Yewno!
JournalXR student articles featured in case study by Yewno Inc in Silicon Valley. InventXR teachers taught courses at Design Tech High School at Oracle and JournalXR was used for Competency Based Learning.
North Central College: Success in High Needs Schools Journal (features schools using JournalXR)
Author Bio: Janis Fitzsimmons, Ph.D. is Director of the ACI Center for Success in
High-Need Schools and publisher of Success in High-Need Schools Journal. She
is also Executive Director of the Urban Education Laboratory at North Central
College in Naperville, IL. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Out of the many changes he has integrated, McGee cited his AAR program and the influence it has had on his students as his proudest achievement. “Where else can high school students have the opportunity to pursue a real world project that will generate new knowledge while making an important contribution to society?” he said. McGee was particularly invested in this program, even personally mentoring 11 students. “It was a major passion project for him, and I think it showed his dedication to interdisciplinary learning and actually letting students be able to research topics, as opposed to just learning about stuff in the classroom,” Arun said. As a result, Stanford’s Peace Innovation Lab conceived a fellowship named after McGee, the Superintendent McGee Advanced Authentic Research Award.
Stanford Peace Innovation Lab Presents Award to PAUSD on their JournalXR Adoption
Dr. Choe, PAUSD Superintendent Dr. Glenn “Max” McGee, PAUSD teachers and administrators, and guests were surprised when faculty from the Stanford Peace Innovation Lab presented PAUSD with an award for the collaborative efforts of both organizations to launch a new journal, A2I3R (Advanced Authentic Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovative Research), a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary academic research journal. The mission of the Journal is to amplify student agency and voice while strengthening AAR’s three key elements.