We are a woman-owned education company that seeks to achieve effective and equitable learning outcomes for all students through technology support.

Imagined by educators and scientists from the Sana Project at MIT and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and incubated at 4pt0 Schools, we launched Scoutlier in 2018 as a tool to collect face-to-face and remote evidence of student learning with funding from the Office of Naval Research Education and Workforce and Naval STEM Coordination Office.

Scoutlier was chosen as a Top Pick for Learning by Common Sense Education in 2019 and was an Editor’s Pick for All Digital School this year.

From our beginnings in career-inspired STEM, we now support over 3,000 teachers in subjects as diverse as Art and Music, English and Foreign Languages, SEL and Special Education, and Vocational Training, who build and share lessons, and participate in our virtual professional development programs.

With our partners we also provide rich, expert-developed resources to support face-to-face, hybrid and remote learning in high-need areas, including:

And we facilitate learning in non-traditional learning environments, such as Maker Spaces and Special Education Transitional Programs.

If you want to learn more about us, please reach out! We would love to know more about you and how we can help.

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Scoutlier receives funding from the Office of Naval Research 
Naval STEM Education and Workforce Program

Scoutlier is a proud member of the Student Data Privacy Consortium

2019 Top Pick for Learning Common Sense Education

Scoutlier is a 2019 Top Pick for Learning from Common Sense Education

Scoutlier is a 2020 Editors’ Pick for All Digital School

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Dr. Andone Lavery

Dr. Andone investigates the frontiers of ocean sciences at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. She guides strategic vision and mentors young scientists in their early careers.

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Beth Knittle
Education Lead

Ms. Knittle began her career as an educator in the Peace Corps teaching in Ghana. She taught for over 12 years in American and International schools with significant US military student populations in the Middle East (Jordan, Saudi Arabia) and Asia (South Korea). During the past 15 years she has served as the District K-12 Technology Integration Specialist for the Barnstable (MA) Public Schools, a visiting lecturer at both Bridgewater State University and Endicott College, and as Adjunct Professor at the American International College (Springfield, MA).

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Brandy Jackson
Implementation Lead

Ms. Jackson has spent 12 years as an educator in grades 7 – 12. In 2014, she opened a STEAM company to provide after school programming for students interested in developing STEM career readiness skills, and has developed and delivered over 30 programs, reaching more than 800 middle and high school students. She has collaborated with several robotics companies, stem kit developers, and online curriculum developers to connect entrepreneurial ideas with the needs of schools today.

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