Edlio Announces Silver Partnership with TCEA
August 31, 2022
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.
TCEA (tcea.org) is a nonprofit organization whose primary focus is on integrating technology into the PreK–16 environment and providing their members with cutting-edge knowledge and resources through conferences, workshops, publications, and collaborations with educators, associations, and industry leaders.
Edlio enthusiastically supports TECA’s vision of “Learning Without Limits” and hopes that this partnership will help TCEA achieve its mission of advancing teaching and learning through the use of technology.
“We are excited about this new partnership and hope our resources and support will benefit both TCEA as an organization and many of the over 60,000 TCEA members worldwide,” says Dr. Roland Rios, Edlio Brand Advocate. “TCEA has a longstanding reputation of being a quality support organization for educators not only in the realm of educational technology, but in education in general. Their emphasis on sound pedagogy, leadership, vision, and planning, are all backbones to successful technology integration.”
“We are thrilled to welcome Edlio as one of our industry partners,” says Jeannine Freeman, TCEA’s Partnerships and Events Manager. “Ease and timeliness of communication are more important now than ever before. Edlio is a leader in providing digital tools for website management and accessible and timely communication within school communities. We’re excited to support each others’ work as partners moving forward.”
Edlio serves over 16,000 schools in North America, and has been a proven partner for K-12 leaders for 20 years. Founder and CEO Ali Arsan built his first school website in 2001, and ever since the company has worked to innovate and adapt to the ever-changing needs of teachers and school administrators. The Edlio product suite is designed to be user-friendly for any educator, yet powerful enough to meet the needs of even the largest school districts and communities.