ParentSquare Wins Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence Best of 2022 for Secondary Education

The annual award recognizes edtech solutions that excel at aiding educators, students, and teachers

ParentSquare, developer of the premier unified school-home engagement platform for K-12, announced today that it won this year’s Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence: Best of 2022 in the Secondary Education category. The awards celebrate educational technology from the last 12 months that has excelled in supporting teachers, students, and education professionals in the classroom, for professional development or general management of education resources and learning.

ParentSquare was judged based on its feature set, innovation, perceived value, and ease of use, following which it was deemed to be a standout within the sector and selected as a winner. One judge noted that “ParentSquare is one of the most comprehensive district/school/teacher-to-parent communication tools I have ever seen. ParentSquare communicates with parents in the way they want to be communicated with, through multiple communication streams. If your school district is not fortunate enough to have an entire communications team or director of communications, with ParentSquare, you can now communicate like the pros!”

“We are so pleased to receive this highly regarded award,” ParentSquare President and Founder Anupama Vaid said. “This distinction specifically recognizes our platform as an essential tool to provide schools and districts with everything they need to communicate, involve, and collaborate with families for student success. At the secondary education level, we know that students are more active in school sports, clubs, and activities. Our platform gives staff and students a safe, secure and trackable method of communications.”

Tech & Learning has recognized the best in educational technology through its annual awards for over 30 years. According to the awards’ editorial team, “each year, the Awards of Excellence grow to include a more diverse range of products and companies. With this being the case, judging and finding our winners becomes a tougher decision with each award. All of our judging is performed by industry experts, meaning those who have impressed and won the award should be truly proud of their achievement.”

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