Collaboration and Workflow

Microsoft partners with Chalkup to improve classroom education

SAN FRANCISCO: Microsoft has partnered with classroom collaboration startup Chalkup to drive better learning experiences for students globally.

As part of the collaboration, Microsoft will bring the best of the Chalkup features, like it’s original rubrics system, to make it easier to assess and grade student assignments into “Microsoft Teams”.
The move is a part of the tech giant’s continued investment to “help save teachers time, build collaborative classrooms and drive better learning outcomes for students,” Eran Megiddo, CVP, Education said in a blogpost on Tuesday.

Microsoft has also hired Chalkup Co-founder Justin Chando.

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