Teachers in adopting states have struggled to adapt to the rigorous requirements of the Common Core standards, especially for reading and writing. A new free platform for K-12 classroom teachers has provided tools for educators and learners, while still producing measurable reports and aligned instruction.
“Only ¼ of high school graduates in this country achieve the reading and writing skills necessary for success in college and beyond. Qlovi is dedicated to helping teachers meet the literacy instruction needs of all kids,” said Qlovi CEO, Harlyn Pacheco. “Qlovi is helping teachers assign students appropriate leveled readings aligned to the Common Core, monitor progress, and use data to target student feedback. Teachers can sign up, select from thousands of eBooks, assign lessons, and observe progress. We love to watch students succeed, and fall in love with books—those are our true moments of achievement.”
The Qlovi platform has already been recognized through a number of awards, such as SxSwedu LAUNCHedu 2014 Finalists, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Literacy Courseware Challenge Winners, Echoing Green BMA Fellows, and the HarperCollins BookSmash Challenge winner. Along with funding from various backing organizations, Qlovi has reached thousands of school-aged students and provided engaging author events to participating schools.