The College Board’s SpringBoard® Digital Program Receives Recognition from Educational Technology Awards
The College Board’s SpringBoard® Digital Program Receives Recognition from Educational Technology AwardsAbby Hexter, Assistant Director, Member Communications, The College Board
SpringBoard® Digital, the online curriculum platform that complements the SpringBoard English Language Arts and Mathematics 6–12 programs, has been recognized by several high-profile education technology awards programs.
- SpringBoard Digital won two Best Educational Software Awards (BESSIES): one in the middle school English Language Arts Website category and one in the middle school Math Website category. These awards target innovative and content-rich programs and websites designed to help parents and teachers foster educational excellence.
- SpringBoard Digital was a finalist for the 2014 SIIA CODiE awards in the Educational Software categories of Best Reading/English/ELL Instructional Solution and Best Education Cloud-Based Solution.
- SpringBoard Digital Mathematics was a finalist for the 2014 Distinguished Achievement Award (REVERE Award) for Whole Curriculum Programs in Mathematics.
- SpringBoard Digital was a finalist for the 2014 EdTechDigest Award in the Digital Textbook category.
Districts and schools across the United States use the interactive digital SpringBoard platform, which was developed based on feedback from classroom teachers. This comprehensive college and career readiness English Language Arts and Mathematics curriculum is accessible on: desktop computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and interactive whiteboards.
The SpringBoard print and digital programs for Mathematics and English Language Arts are used by over 1.7 million students in 42 states. The latest Common Core editions have been adopted most recently in California, Georgia, Florida, and Oregon. Texas has also adopted the middle school Texas Mathematics edition.