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Student and Teacher Flags are Now Called Groups

Otus has always included a feature allowing teachers to group students by creating “Flags.” This is…


Otus and GradeCam Partner to Increase Teacher Efficiencies for Formative and Summative Assessments

Otus, a fast-growing edtech company that combines learning, assessment, data, and classroom…


Otus Partners With CESA Purchasing to Expand Reach in Wisconsin

Partnership offers preferred pricing for K-12 School Districts Across State Otus, a Chicago-based…


Otus for eLearning/Snow Days in IL

  A guide to using Otus as an eLearning platform to comply with Public Act 099-0194/HB 2781 In…


Chicago Tech Leader Ed Earley Joins Otus

Former SpotHero, Scientific Games Exec Enlisted to Scale K-12 EdTech Platform CHICAGO -- Otus,…


Our teachers don't like standards-based grading. Now, what?

Listen to Lisa Westman discuss ways schools can overcome teacher objections to the standards-based…


What is Agile development and why should K-12 care?

Agile development is an approach to software development that emphasizes collaboration,…


10 Things We Learned About Standards-Based Grading from Lee Ann Jung

Standards-based, mastery-based, and competency-based learning all have the same end goal in mind:…


Our parents don't like standards-based grading. Now what?

Listen to Dr. Lee Ann Jung discuss ways schools can overcome parent objections to the…


Why Otus is Partnering with Project Unicorn on Interoperability

This is a joint blog post between Otus and Project Unicorn, an educational advocacy initiative…