Edthena selected as SETDA Emerging Private Sector Partner

We are excited to announce that the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) has selected Edthena for its third cohort of Emerging Private Sector Partners.

SETDA is the membership association representing U.S. states and territories. It is comprised of leaders who often serve in the state departments of education and help guide state-level decision making for education technology.

SETDA Private Sector emerging partner

Edthena is one of nine companies making up the cohort.  The company was selected based on our capacity to leverage technology to serve needs in the PreK-12 and pre-service education parts of the market, as well as our potential to scale on a state-wide and multi-state basis.

“State educational technology leaders will receive the benefit of learning about our strategic partners’ high quality digital learning products and services,” stated Lan Neugent, SETDA Interim Executive Director. “At the same time, these companies will benefit from greater understanding of existing and emerging policies and practices in the states.”

“We believe that partnering with SETDA will allow Edthena an opportunity to accelerate our understanding of state-level needs related to teacher learning and teacher professional development,” said Adam Geller.

Edthena will present at the upcoming Emerging Technologies Forum on June 26 in Philadelphia, Pa., and engage with the SETDA membership during the next twelve months.