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“The Digital Learning Collaborative continues to provide high-quality resources to support districts and schools across the country. As community stakeholders navigate the evolution of teaching and learning in a digital world, EdPower is proud to partner with the DLC to promote their professional development series through our award-winning EdFolio platform.” - Andrew Klingman, Silverback Learning Solutions


The Digital Learning Collaborative (DLC) is a membership group dedicated to exploring, producing, and disseminating data, information, news, and best practices in digital learning. Our current members include school districts, intermediate units, public agencies, non-profit organizations, and companies. The Collaborative activities are supported financially by annual membership fees paid by providers, depending on the type and size of the member organization.

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Evergreen Education Group manages the Collaborative and is a digital learning research and advisory company and has been widely recognized as a leading authority for market and policy intelligence in the K-12 digital learning field. We deliver digital learning-related insight to the industry and are the publishers of the annual report Keeping Pace with K-12 Digital Learning, national reports on the digital learning landscape, and state-level reports for states such as Missouri and Maryland. Evergreen is a valuable partner to legislators, state boards of education, state education agencies, non-profit organizations, publishers and many companies serving the K-12 education industry. Evergreen was founded in 2000 and is based in Colorado.

Best practices and strategies for success in a variety of online and blended learning settings (e.g., mainstream classrooms,alternative education, online schools, credit recovery programs)

Honest explorations and analysis of challenges and pitfalls that have plagued digital learning
Implementation case studies exploring the varied settings discussed above
Discussion of successful online content and technology platforms supporting digital learning
Identification of professional development needs for teachers and strategies for success
Policy issues including state funding and accountability systems, which benefit or hinder best practices in supporting students
Annual reports documenting key issues in digital learning, including growth and trends








Visit digitallearningcollab.com for more details. 

We have seen a huge need for preparing teachers for remote and hybrid learning environments and want to grow as many teachers as possible. By working with EdPower, we’ve been able to expand the reach of teachers able to participate in the course, giving them the tools to better support their students during the pandemic and beyond. - Allison Powell

Young Teacher