As a special education platform, ONEder works by seamlessly connecting all the moving parts of the special education eco-system to provide one simple platform to deliver lessons using universal design for learning (UDL) strategies, provide accommodations for students with special needs, and track data to show progress towards IEP goals and state standards mastery. The platform enables educators to deliver rigorous instruction for all students while supporting the specific needs of individuals with disabilities. This new partnership enables educators using ONEder to have access to the world's leading k-12 resource library.
"The beauty of this integration is that OpenEd will be a huge timesaver for teachers and professionals who spend hours developing lessons," said Dan Haskell, VP of Business Development at ONEder. "They will now be able to spend their time doing what's most important, teaching students valuable lessons."
"We are thrilled to provide aligned and effective resources via API to the users of the innovative ONEder platform," said Adam Blum, CEO of OpenEd. "Personalized resource recommendations are important for all students, but they can be particularly helpful in filling the diverse needs in the special education ecosystem."
ONEder is a leading provider of SaaS solutions for school districts and education agencies. Our platform provides administrators and theirs staff with data-driven decision making, progress monitoring, the facilitation of co-teaching, and the delivery of curriculum content with appropriate accommodations and supports based on each student's Individualized Education Plan (IEP). We partner with educational organizations throughout the country to provide technology solutions that promote successful outcome for students with disabilities through focusing on the needs of all stakeholders within special education organizations.
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