Digital Promise Certifies Research-Based Design of 13 Edtech Products

Thirteen products have earned the Research-Based Design product certification from Digital Promise. The new product certification is intended to serve as a signal for consumers, including school administrators, educators, and families, looking for evidence of research-based educational technology products.  

The following 13 product companies, each of which submitted evidence confirming a link between research on how students learn and their product’s design, are the first to receive the Research-Based Design product certification: 

  • Actively Learn 
  • Amplify 
  • BrainQuake’s Wuzzit Trouble 
  • Cignition ● CommonLit 
  • The Concord Consortium's CODAP 
  • Goalbook ● Lexia Core5 Reading 
  • Microsoft's Immersive Reader 
  • Newsela 
  • Speak Agent 
  • ST Math 
  • Woot Math