Massachusetts DOE Acknowledges Alma’s SIF Certification for Educators, Students and Families
The Department of Education (DOE) established Alma as a state-approved SIS vendor that expertly provides the infrastructure required to collect, track and report student data on behalf of the Commonwealth.
Teachers Need Synchronized Edtech in 2021 More Than Ever
“I spent five years in the field for Alma, representing the best user experience in SIS, and helping engineer solutions with integrations that gave data interoperability to schools and districts wanting the sort of performance I yearned for when I was a teacher and administrator.” – Eric Nentrup
How Alma and West Central Served a School District During COVID-19
In March, West Central found itself in a unique situation, like so many other districts in this current pandemic. Facing many challenges, community educators quickly pivoted from in-class instruction to a new distance learning model …
Equity & Access: Deploying SIS functionality to meet new educational needs
Alma’s flexible platform provides their engineering and product teams the tremendous advantage to rapidly deploy new functionality and communication tools. Alma built upon its existing message functionality; expanding communication abilities for teachers and students transitioning to online learning.
Alma Unveils Unparalleled Mobile SIS Experience for Students and Parents
Alma enhances accessibility to its award-winning, future-proof student information system (SIS) to offer the industry’s most comprehensive parent and student experience across all devices with AlmaNow.
Digital technologies have profoundly changed the way education too. Many of the schools and industry experts are now leveraging e-Learning management system to cultivate the study material for students, for trainees and accordingly tracking the participation and learner performance.
Pennsylvania administrator achieving sky-high goals for meaningful innovation with Alma
For Garnet Valley, the results brought about by “moonshot thinking” include purposeful access to tech for all teachers and students; redesigned libraries, labs and makerspaces; deep, personalized professional development; the replacement of an outdated student information system; a redoubling of infrastructure to provide reliable and secure web access; and full ownership and personalization of curriculum by teachers with open educational resources.