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Getting Noticed: Junyo Locks Up Multiple Edtech Finalist Awards for Personalized Learning

The first quarter of the year sped past quickly and ended with a loud bang at SXSWedu in Austin, TX. Spring has sprung! It’s time to give ourselves a pat on the back for being selected for multiple edtech finalist awards along with some other great edtech companies.


CODiE Award 2015 – Best PK-12 Personalized Learning Solution (Finalist)

CODiE Finalist 2015Award Description:

This award recognizes our Junyo Streams classroom solution. The award is for the best education solution specifically developed to personalize learning for PK-12 students. The solution must provide for adaptive, anytime/anywhere learning, competency-based progression, and/or student-driven learning paths and support seamless integration with other content, assessment or data systems.

Other finalists include DreamBox Learning, Fishtree, itslearning Inc., Mc-Graw-Hill School Education, SRA Flex Literacy, ClassFlow and Redbird Mathematics.



EdTech Leadership Award 2015 – EduPreneurs (Finalist)

EdTech Leadership Award 2015Award Description:

The people behind these methods, ideas, apps, platforms, products, services, and environments for learning — are getting workable technology solutions for education widely known about and well thought of. They are reshaping the education culture, and they are creating a new and better future for students everywhere. We are very excited to recognize them and we salute them for their achievements.

The award recognizes our Junyo CEO Steve Schoettler. Other finalists include Tom Lauwers, E. Alana James, Quim Sabria, Michael Golden, Moira Hardek, Own It! from GrandKey, Steve Schoettler, OpenEd, Brett Kopf, Youth Digital


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iHub Pitch Games Round 3 (Finalist)

At Learning Innovation Hub, entrepreneurs, educators, researchers, and investors come together to pilot innovative products that enhance STEM education, solving the problem of entrepreneurs working in isolation from teachers and students to get real data on what technology is working in the classroom.

Other finalists include Brainquake, Crowdschool, ClassroomIQ,Edcite, OpenEd and Versal.


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#SharkTankEdu at SXSWedu

#SharkTankEdu is where edtech developers and education stakeholders like teachers, principals, students, and parents test product assumptions and validate whether the products meet authentic school needs.

Other finalists include Improve Class, Kiddom, Wonder and

Making it to the finals is never an easy feat. Congrats to our amazing Junyo team! Of course, winning the awards will be our next milestone. We won’t rest on our laurels; stay tuned for more updates from Junyo!