Website Highlights edCount’s Expertise and Experience
Washington, D.C. – In less than a decade, edCount has risen to national prominence as a trusted advisor to education agencies and practitioners, a dependable business partner to organizations and businesses, and a visionary thought-leader in connecting education measurement to education practice. Since 2003, edCount has provided direct services to more than 18 states and U.S. territories and has provided advisory services to groups that together include all 57 states and U.S. territories.
The new website provides a detailed look at edCount’s practice areas and services and offers descriptions of its projects that exemplify the breadth and depth of edCount’s reach/experience. The site also includes an interactive Theory of Action highlighting edCount’s approach to identifying and meeting clients’ needs.
“We encourage stakeholders at the federal, state, district and school levels to visit our site to learn how we are helping our clients build and maintain rigorous accountability systems and improve the quality of teacher-student interactions,” said Ellen Forte, president and founder of edCount. “We are excited to be a part of the work of so many states focused on improving the quality and accessibility of education for all students, and we are proud to display our work on our new website.”
edCount provides a full range of services across it’s three practice areas: Standards, assessment and accountability; English learners; and Students with disabilities. To support clients, our staff draw upon their many years of experience in the classroom, district and state education agencies, academia, research and professional organizations, federal agencies, and federally funded work groups.
edCount is a woman-owned professional services firm providing education consulting services to federal, state, district, and school clients centered around instructional systems and capacity building, assessment implementation and evaluation, and policy evaluation and support. For more information please visit www.edcount.com.