Check out the buzz that our Pilot Network Cohort 1 results have been generating:

Chicago Program for Testing Ed-Tech Finds Need for Data, Smart Practice
“LEAP officials believe the preliminary data offer tips to companies and K-12 officials on the importance of sticking to sound practices, and focusing careful implementation, when using new digital tools. 'It really is about the practice, and not the tool,' said Phyllis Lockett, the CEO of LEAP Innovations.” Read more.

LEAP Innovations Looks at What Works With ThinkCERCA, Lexia Reading Core5
“The [Pilot Network] results have been eagerly anticipated, both because LEAP has been taking a cautious approach to evaluating edtech products and because its influence could be huge." Read more.

Chicago Tribune
Technology might finally fulfill promise of individualized education
“Leap Innovations, a nonprofit founded almost two years ago, aims to personalize learning for students, and while technology is part of the approach, founder Phyllis Lockett said, it's not the most important factor. 'Teaching and learning practices have to change first, but technology is used to put that on steroids,' she said.” Read more.