The Incite® Platform
Are you looking for one platform that can bring together the people, tools and resources needed for better educational outcomes? The Incite Platform connects educators with the various stakeholders involved in the education process and the tools and resources they need. Incite is an integrated teaching and learning platform that delivers standards-based educational insights to improve student achievement and teacher effectiveness.Request a Demo
- Constructed using the latest in big data/webscale technologies in order to easily scale to ultra-high load, Incite supports high concurrent usage.
- Created from the ground up as a cohesive system, the look/feel and functionality is consistent throughout the platform, making it extremely intuitive and easy to use. As a truly integrated platform, you have access to features (across modules) at the point of need.
- Specifically built for high speed/low latency transactional performance, Incite’s unique architecture enables pages to load instantly – even during high usage periods, for a phenomenal user experience.
- Performance and functionality are seamless on any type of device – desktops, laptops and mobile devices alike.
- Coupled with numerous technical security measures employed to ensure the safety of your instance and data, access to specific features of the platform and data can be controlled at the role and individual user levels.
- Incite’s powerful teaching and learning tools are offered in functional modules, so districts can select the functionality they need without paying for the functionality they don’t.
Cobb County School District (Atlanta, GA)
Cobb County School District (CCSD) is the second largest school system in GA, serving nearly 113,000 students. They were looking for a digital learning environment that precisely identifies what students know, supports student learning, engages parents, and empowers teachers with one goal: student success. Facing the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic, CCSD implemented the Incite Platform for the 2020-2021 school year to support remote teaching and learning until they can transition to a blended or in-classroom learning environment.