The Learning Innovation Hub (iHub) leverages research, practice, partnerships, and policy to advise and network education stakeholders committed to raising student achievement through technology equity.
Through our work with districts and PwC, we conduct Edtech Assessments to determine the level of technology that is currently incorporated into the classroom and throughout the district. These assessments lead to a strengthened vision and strategy for integrating technology at the local district level.
Connecting EdTech and educators is one of ASVEF’s central tenants. In partnership with Google, iHub provides educators with the opportunity to integrate dynamic education technology into their classrooms to help their students achieve success.
ASVEF has partnered with Code.org to help identify computer science needs in San Mateo and Santa Clara County school districts. iHub and Code.org work together, using advocacy, curriculum development, and professionally focused learning to prepare students for the needs of an increasingly tech-focused workforce.