Celebrating outstanding contributions in EdTech through these unprecedented times. 


For over 40 years, Tech&Learning Awards of Excellence have recognized exceptional products and services within Education Technology. The Awards of Excellence celebrate products released or re-released over the last year, and their contribution to educators across the country. Judged by tech-savvy educators with first-hand experience of the industry, products will be evaluated on the following:

  • Uniqueness in Market
  • Helps Schools Ability to Solve a Problem
  • Price value
  • Suitability for use

The Entry Guide covers the Judges Criteria, as well as the new categories and nomination process, download it here: 

Frequently Asked Questions

The Awards of Excellence are a legacy award program recognizing innovation in the EdTech industry. Celebrating products released, or re-released,  in the last year, the awards are judged by tech-savvy educators, and winners are recognized in a special edition of Tech&Learning.

Any company who has released, or re-released, a edtech product in the last year, and can show their contribution to education through innovation. Check out previous winners and entrants in last year's awards guide.


Winning an Award of Excellence tells the industry that your product has been approved by the most important audience - the educators themselves. The top products will be selected and featured in a special edition of Tech&Learning reaching over 64,000 edtech professionals


All entries are due by 11:59pm EST, June 11th, 2020

Single Entry:  $595

 2-4 Entries: $525

 5+ Entries: $495

For this year's Awards of Excellence contest, we have launched new categories for edtech product nominations, covering Hardware, Software and Enterprise Solutions. We look forward to learning more about your solutions!


Find Out More About Categories

Yes. There is no limit to the number of products you may nominate. Each requires a nomination form and entry fee(s).

Entries will be passed through a panel of Tech & Learning advisors. Evaluation criteria includes:

  • Uniqueness in Market
  • Helps Schools Ability to Solve a Problem
  • Price value
  • Suitability for use

For a full explanation of the criteria and nomination process, check out the Entry Guide


Winners will be announced in July 2020 and featured in a special issue of Tech&Learning. 

If you have any questions about nominations please contact Fiona McIntosh (fiona.mcintosh@futurenet.com )




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