Companies and NGOs
Google for Education hired Evergreen to research case studies of schools using Google software and Chromebooks in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Spain. We have provided public summary findings and advised Google product, marketing, sales, and strategy teams.
We partnered with the Clayton Christensen Institute to find some of the best examples of blended learning success in traditional school districts across the United States, and published a series of Proof Points profiles.
The Missouri Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation hired us to explore digital learning in their state, resulting in K-12 Digital Learning in Missouri: Creating Pathways to Success.
The Donnell-Kay Foundation brought us in to help facilitate a group of stakeholders examining laws and regulations related to online schools in Colorado, resulting in the Trujillo Commission report that laid the foundation for a new online learning law creating the framework for online schools.
Evergreen partnered with the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) to produce a series of six white papers under the name “Promising Practices.” These were first published in 2007 and have been updated since.
We also partnered with iNACOL to publish Measuring Quality from Inputs to Outcomes: Creating Student Learning Performance Metrics and Quality Assurance for Online Students.
Performance-Based Funding & Online Learning: Maximizing Resources for Student Success was a third major study we produced with iNACOL.
Many educational technology and digital content companies have hired Evergreen on advisory engagements, or sponsored Evergreen’s Keeping Pace reports. These include Pearson, K12 Inc., Edmentum, Edgenuity, APEX Learning, Thinkwell, Words & Numbers, Blackboard, Connections Learning, and others.