With our guidance, teachers gain the confidence and skills to make every student’s education richer and more meaningful.
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Working with Educate was a pleasure. As a school starting to use more devices, software, and tech tools, they understood our needs perfectly.
Their in-classroom coaching empowered our teachers to use technology independently to support student achievement. As we became more familiar with technology, Educate’s coaching evolved to continue to support our needs.
Rebekah Adamek, Director of Curriculum and Assessment
Girls Prep Lower East Side
Working with Educate is less about learning to use specific tech tools, and more about meeting educational challenges—aspiring to the most effective and creative teaching methods possible.
All the folks at Educate really “get” the unique mission and culture of our school. They help us become our best selves.
With Educate’s help, ongoing professional development has become second nature to our teachers, who can feel confident that any questions they have or goals they set will have immediate, personalized support.
Jaclyn Brilliant, Principal
The Notre Dame School of Manhattan
Before Educate, only a handful of teachers were comfortable with our technology. Today, every single teacher uses tech—without any handholding. With Educate, our teachers have just blossomed into natural, techy, proactive leaders.
As principal, the technology allows me to see what’s going on in our classrooms and provide feedback in real-time. It makes my job easier, and it works wonders in terms of classroom management.
Sojourner Welch David, Principal
MS 224, South Bronx
Educate’s coaches give our teachers the confidence to try new things that they might have otherwise missed. Our instructional technology coach makes teachers’ jobs easier by offering a wealth of ideas and support.
As a principal, I know my educators are in good hands—and that our students will receive a great education thanks to technology that enables differentiated and small group instruction.
Anna Simione, Saint Teresa School, Staten Island