SxSWedu: Announced in Austin, TX, RyeCatcher’s Family Trust Network was awarded a Digital Media and Learning Trust Challenge grant! The MacArthur-supported competition is the 5th in a series that seeks to advance student success in a Connected Learning environment. Read more.
RyeCatcher and the Carnegie Mellon School of Design: Students in the Introduction to Interaction Design Studio are working with RyeCatcher to design a mobile version of the application’s circle, notes and events features.
RyeCatcher was named a finalist in the Digital Media and Learning Trust Challenge!
RyeCatcher expanded its Partnership with Children pilot to the 35+ schools in New York City served by the organization’s social workers.
RyeCatcher launched in the state of Washington through a partnership with the Washington Charter Association.
RyeCatcher participated in the My Brother's Keeper DataJam a collaborative ideation session with leaders from the public and private sectors. The team developed the idea Books Buzz--a family reading support tool, which is under development this Fall.
The Rye Family Needs Assessment tool launched at the Achievement School District in Memphis, TN. This tool helps identify student and family needs through a simple, step-by-step, family survey.
RyeCatcher was featured at the Second White House Office of Science & Technology Policy and Department of Education Datapalooza.
RyeCatcher launched at the Achievement School District in Memphis, TN.
RyeCatcher launched at the Partnership with Children organization in New York City.
RyeCatcher was featured on a panel at SxSWedu 2013 called: Applications to Improve the Special Ed. Experience. Download the slides (pdf)
An early RyeCatcher prototype was featured at the White House OSTP and Education Department Datapalooza.