Education Advanced Awarded Two New Patents for School Master Scheduling and Staffing Software Cardonex

Education Advanced Awarded Two New Patents for School Master Scheduling and Staffing Software Cardonex

Education Advanced Awarded Two New Patents for School Master Scheduling and Staffing Software Cardonex

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TYLER, Texas, Oct. 13, 2020

TYLER, Texas, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Education Advanced, Inc., the innovative leader in K-12 operations technology, announced today two new patents awarded for its school master schedule and staff planning software, Cardonex. The technology behind the new patents solves the complexity of generating school staffing schedules by factoring for students’ required and requested courses, teaching staff available in the district and their qualifications, and campus facility information. This brings Education Advanced Inc.’s proprietary technology portfolio to 3 awarded patents and 2 pending patents.



“Our goal has always been to leverage technology to support educators by providing tools that enable them to be more efficient and more effective,” said Dr. Eli Crow, CEO of Education

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Advanced apprenticeships will boost skills for future jobs, but not in time to counter COVID impacts

The Australian government has released a series of manufacturing industry policies in the lead-up to the October 6 budget. Yesterday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison spoke about a A$1.5 billion strategy to strengthen Australian manufacturing and supply chains. Last week, Education Minister Dan Tehan announced a A$7.2 million extension of advanced apprenticeship pilot programs across the country to teach students the high-level, specialist knowledge and skills they’ll need for industry jobs of the future.




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National Science Foundation awards $1.3 million grant to MPC’s Marine Advanced Technology Education Center

The National Science Foundation awarded a four-year, $1.3 million grant to the Marine Advanced Technology Education Center at Monterey Peninsula College to support community college students to participate in its global underwater robotics competition.



Engineer Bob Tauscher and middle school teacher Paul Aunspaugh participate in the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center at Monterey Peninsula College pool in 2012.  (Monterey Herald file)


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Engineer Bob Tauscher and middle school teacher Paul Aunspaugh participate in the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center at Monterey Peninsula College pool in 2012. (Monterey Herald file)

The center was established at MPC in 1997 with funding from the National Science Foundation. The Remote Operated Vehicle Competition was created as a core part of the center’s mission to educate and prepare students for the technical workforce. Remotely operated vehicles, or ROVs, are used in a variety of underwater activities including construction and inspection, search and recovery, energy operations, aquaculture, national defense, conservation, and research and exploration by scientists such as those at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute.

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Education Advanced Strengthens Their K-12 EdTech Leadership Position Through Acquisition of School Software Group

TYLER, Texas, Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Education Advanced, Inc., creators of TestHound and Cardonex, announced the acquisition of Wisconsin-based School Software Group, creators of BuildYourOwnCurriculum (BYOC). This acquisition strengthens the company’s industry leadership position, bringing their client base up to more than 500 districts, 6,500 schools, and 4.6M students.

Education Advanced Logo (PRNewsfoto/Education Advanced)

The purchase of School Software Group (SSG) fits into Education Advanced’s (EAI’s) strategic objective to provide educators time and cost-saving operations tools and enable them to better meet the education needs of students. With BYOC, EAI’s offering now includes subscription software to help with master scheduling, staff planning, curriculum development and delivery, and assessment coordination.

“There is a virtuous loop between placing students in the right classes, giving them the right curriculum, and ensuring they receive the right assessments,” said Dr. Eli Crow, CEO of Education Advanced. “Adding efficiency to this

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