EMPOWERING
MEASURABLY
BETTER
LEARNING

We promote informed decisions for digital learning through research and data science.

 

U.S. education technology spending (YTD):

86%of teachers think edtech is important

14%of teachers use digital curricula weekly

 
 
 

Approach

We look at education technology through a different lens. We are interested in using practical, quantitative research to understand the overall impact of a particular technology. We approach our research from an outside, unbiased perspective. There are no other groups who bring technology product development expertise, learning results measurement, and research capabilities to the table the way we do. Our goals are to know what's truly working, what's not, and to promote effective learning.

 
 

Process

Chairseven Foundation partners with schools, government agencies, private enterprises and other foundations to understand the variety of technologies being used in education, and how and where they are applied. By studying and correlating student results, we determine and report on the efficacy of those technologies. After our discovery process, we publish those results, making them freely available for decision makers, teachers, students, parents and policymakers.

 
 

Investing

Our passion is making an impact in education, and providing students with the tools they need to be their best. As part of our strategy, we grant a certain number of dollars to organizations and enterprises who are having a high impact in the education space. We're looking for highly qualified educators and innovators who are taking learning to the next level. Do you have the next best thing? We'd love to hear from you. Get connected with us to learn more about our process.

 
 

Are your students using technology in the classroom?

We'd like to know about your experiences. Your feedback helps define our research initiatives.

 
 

U.S. per-student spending on technology - Independent schools

 
 

Never has the available choices of education technologies been greater, both inside and outside the classroom. Educators, parents and policymakers need qualified data to understand technology's role for the digital generation. Join the conversation today, and help us shape the future of learning!