The Ed-Fi Community Awards first started in 2017 to recognize the dedication and achievements of individuals and organizations contributing to the Ed-Fi Community and our mission. In 2018 we added two additional award categories: Rookie of the Year and Partner of the Year. As our Community continues to grow it is our honor to recognize the hard work of our most dedicated and engaged Community members. In 2018 we honored the teams from INSITE, AWS, NEFEC and Scott Kuykendall of Delaware Dept. of Ed for their work to build and support the Ed-Fi Community. If you know of an individual or an organization that has meaningfully contributed to the Ed-Fi Community, click here to nominate them today!
|North East Florida Educational Consortium
2018 Ambassadors of the Year
Delaware Dept. of Education
2018 Technical Contributor of the Year
|Amazon Web Services
2018 Partner of the Year
2018 Rookie of the Year
Join us this year, by submitting a nomination.
Nominations will close on Friday, August 30. The Ed-Fi team and the Governance Advisory Team will vote on the nominees. Award recipients will be announced and celebrated at the evening Community Appreciation Event at the Ed-Fi Summit on Tuesday, October 1. Please be prepared to provide full name, organization, contact information and a short sentence on what the nominee has done to receive this recognition, in the nomination form.
Nomination Categories & Criteria
Partner of the Year
Nominees should be a technology provider, edtech company, or system integrator that has demonstrated a commitment to interoperability and the Ed-Fi Community by being a champion for data standards, a thoughtful partner for education agencies and a visionary in the use of data to improve outcomes for learners.
Ambassador of the Year
Nominees should have demonstrated commitment to the Ed-Fi Community and sharing the benefits of interoperability with others outside the Community. Nominees in this category are consistent advocates for the education technology sector and for using data to impact teaching and learning.
Technical Contributor of the Year
Nominees in this category should have contributed to the technical work of the Ed-Fi Alliance, demonstrated commitment to the Ed-Fi Data Standards and have demonstrated collaborative efforts to help others within the Community.
Rookie of the Year
Nominations are open to any individual or entity engaged in the Ed-Fi Alliance Community for two years or less. This award is designed to recognize our newest participants that have demonstrated their commitment to data interoperability by quickly ramping up on the technology and diving into their Ed-Fi implementation and engagement with the broader Community.