Interactive Achievement helps teachers help students
ROANOKE, Va. — Educational technology company Interactive Achievement has more than doubled its workforce to 70 in the past year, adding 40 employees. The software provider, based in Roanoke, expects to create up to 35 new positions as a result of its contract with the Virginia Department of Education.
Interactive Achievement’s student-tracking software will be supplied to teachers across the state over the next few months. The software enables teachers to track individual students’ performance on assessments over time and has been credited with helping districts improve scores on state tests.
Founded in 2006, Interactive Achievement has grown substantially. According to its website, Interactive Achievement provides the leading tools and professional learning to harness the power of data to inform instruction across every level of K12 education. It supports educators with immediate feedback to inspire skill mastery and build student performance and achievement. Interactive Achievement’s software is used in 2,300 schools in 13 states.
Source: The Roanoke Times