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In The News

Shining a light on Black excellence in STEM today

February 24, 2021

This month DreamBox has been honoring Black STEM leaders making history today. Our CEO, Jessie Woolley-Wilson, recently highlighted a few of these trailblazers in SmartBrief.
3 trends that will drive education forward in 2021

February 18, 2021

Lessons learned from the pandemic will lead to greater broadband access, social-emotional learning, and formative learning models
Empowering Teachers as Learning Engineers (Without Adding More Work)

February 4, 2021

“By empowering teachers to be Learning Engineers, we can step forward with confidence and move away from impersonal, less responsive models of schooling…” Read more about how tech can support educators in this new EdSurge piece from our CEO, Jessie Woolley-Wilson.
Equity, Access, and the Future of Education

December 9, 2020

Paayal Zaveri of Business Insider interviewed DreamBox CEO, Jessie Woolley-Wilson, covering: how the equity gap has been exacerbated by the pandemic, how DreamBox supported students, teachers and parents during the transition to remote learning, her predictions on the increased adoption
Education for All – Girls in Tech Podcast

December 1, 2020

In the latest Girls in Tech podcast, our CEO, Jessie Woolley-Wilson discusses how DreamBox builds math confidence and competence in all students: “If [kids] see that you believe in them, especially when they don’t yet believe in themselves—transformation for their
Less testing, more learning: Reimagining assessments

October 2, 2020

Our Chief Learning Officer, Dr. Tim Hudson, recently shared how we should rethink standardized assessment to invest more time in other student learning needs. Read the full piece in eSchool News. 

May 22, 2020

E-learning tools have been a boon for educators, but remote learning has exposed an equity gap, as well
DreamBox Adds Predictive Analytics for Monitoring Student Readiness in Math

May 21, 2020

Education technology company DreamBox Learning has released new software that lets educators predict how well their students would do with high-stakes math testing — even though the testing isn’t happening.