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You don't have to be a tech guru to use SchoolStack.
✔️ Organize all learning content in one place
✔️ Color-code assignments/subjects however you want!
✔️ Create your own lessons, or choose from our curriculum library
✔️ Integrate easily with LMSs & other tech tools
✔️ Designed for learning anytime, anywhere (in-person, hybrid, and/or remote)
✔️ Easily collaborate with colleagues
✔️ Personalize learning to meet your students' needs/interests
✔️ Students can drag & drop lessons to create schedules, track progress, and have choice
✔️ Stay up-to-date on student progress & data with teacher dashboards
✔️ Easily keep caregivers in the know
"SchoolStack's an incredible support for our schools, students, and families. It takes the stress off of teachers, and it’s so simple for students and families to use! They have a robust curriculum library with lessons that are engaging and aligned to our curriculum standards."
“Teachers and families need a dependable, flexible and intuitive tool to personalize learning and offer students choice. SchoolStack is that tool! It supports teachers in providing high quality, research-aligned support to meet the needs of all students.”
"SchoolStack has been an absolute blessing to our school, faculty, and especially our students! I’m really not sure how we would’ve gotten through this school year without it."
Hi! We're Hal & Sarah Schwartz, we're former educators and the founders of SchoolStack. Check out our Guiding Principles to learn what we're all about:
◦ Children are naturally curious and capable, and should be given opportunities to drive their own learning.
◦ Educators are the experts, and with the right support and resources, they make the magic happen.
◦ Nothing trumps relationships in schools, and technology should be a tool to strengthen those relationships.
◦ All children deserve access to a high-quality, engaging education.
Sarah's a former high school english teacher, and she's had the opportunity to work and learn in some really amazing schools. In college, she was fortunate to teach in a school in Sweden, where she fell in love with student-centered/project-based learning. Then, she worked at a small, project-based learning high school in North Carolina before moving back to PA for grad school. With Hal, she's also homeschooling their 4 kids this year, so that's been quite a learning experience, too!
Hal's a former elementary school Principal, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, and teacher. He's worn many hats in many unique schools. He started his teaching career at a boarding school in South Dakota, and then worked at a magnet school in North Carolina. He also worked at several different private, public, and charter schools in Philadelphia. Most recently, he was the principal of a progressive school in Indianapolis. His time in all of these diverse settings has shown him that real learning is sparked by meaningful and authentic experiences.
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