EdGate Supports Standards Interoperability through CASE®

Content providers and education platforms need to be assured that the education standards they are providing to school districts are interoperable and can easily be integrated into third party platforms. To support our clients, EdGate has joined the IMS Global Learning Consortium and is a CASE Network Preferred Service Provider, as well as an IMS Global Contributing Member and CASE Network Sponsor. 

As states and education organizations transition to using the IMS Competencies and Academic Standards Exchange® (CASE®) specification, EdGate provides standards that complement those in CASE Network. Beyond the ELA and Math CASE identifiers, EdGate offers a premium selection of standards in the subjects of Social Studies, Science, Art, Health and PE, World Languages, SEL, CTE, Early Childhood, as well as international standards and standards published by nonprofit or private organizations.

How to get access:

  • Use the EdGate Standards Exchange API to access a premium repository of academic standards, frameworks, competencies, and correlations—all available via an IMS-certified CASE 1.0 API.

  • Already an EdGate client? EdGate can provide the CASE identifiers as a separate data field via your existing API or bulk download in addition to the EdGate UUIDs.

 

Through EdGate, clients join the CASE Network Supplier Alliance at no cost

Benefits include:

  • Free IMS membership
  • CASE Consumer Certification and performance mark for website upon passing
  • Participation in CASE Network
  • Featured logo on CASE Network Supplier Alliance webpage Monthly CASE Network newsletter
  • Access to preferred services

*Note: You will be agreeing to the CASE Network License and Terms of Service.

 

IMS Global Standards First Pledge

We are proud supporters of the Standards First Pledge. As part of a community that is committed to make open standards the first and primary choice for education technology integrations, we are advocates for standards based integrations. We believe that achieving and promoting official product certification to open standards enables a better edtech ecosystem and community and believe in fair and open business practices for suppliers. This is a cause we are passionate about and have taken the Standards First pledge to confirm our support. Find out more about Standards First.