K-12 Technology Company Edlio, LLC has won the Back to School 2022 Awards of Excellence for Secondary Education, sponsored by Tech & Learning Magazine. For this contest, Tech & Learning evaluated nominations for products that offer school leaders versatility, value, and solutions to specific problems to support innovative, effective teaching and learning.
Edlio, a leading provider of technology solutions for K-12 schools, is pleased to announce its acquisition of SchoolInfo, creators of premier mobile app solutions for schools.
Edlio, a leading provider of technology solutions for K-12 schools, is pleased to announce a new Silver Partnership with TCEA, a premier organization that supports the use of technology in education.
Edlio announces its acquisition of eChalk, a K-12 accessible website and communication company based in New York, NY. The transaction brings together two of the leading providers of accessible school websites, combining decades of experience to better serve school communities.
Edlio is honored to receive recognition from Built In LA a second time, with awards for Best Midsize Companies to Work for and Companies with the Best Benefits in Los Angeles 2021.
This Preferred Partnership secures for Region 5 ESC members in Southeast Texas discounted pricing for Edlio’s entire product line, including website and online payment solutions.
Read about our recent acquisition of Scholantis, a Canadian educational technology software provider. Welcome to the Edlio family, Scholantis!
The result of the partnership, Edlio Engage, will enable families to engage with schools in a way that has a proven track record of improving academic outcomes
K-12 community engagement provider joins forces with school receipting company to accelerate Edlio's opportunities within the K-12 market.
Crises are, by their nature, unpredictable, but school leaders can ease their impact by preparing ahead of time, connecting with local partners, and using every communication channel at their disposal. In this article, long-time Edlio client, Derik Moore, gives his 3 tips for affective crisis communications.