As their partnership continues to blossom, Apple and IBM are opting to focus their collective energies and resources on educators.
Ahead of the weekend, Fortune reported that Apple and IBM are preparing to the launch the Student Achievement App for classroom educators.
The app in question is supposedly a “dynamic teaching tool that harnesses data analytics to supply educators with actionable intelligence on a per-student basis.”
“The idea here is we want to stimulate adoption,” IBM’s Alex Kaplan says. “We want teachers to want to log on every morning. We want to change their work in such a way that they’re excited to log on and see what’s changed, what’s different … we want that sort of rush of excitement.”
We’re told that a prototype of the platform will be completed this summer.