The Future of America Is Texas
And Texas is using Canvas Learning Management System to shape the future of education
Canvas is proud to work with K–12 institutions, colleges, and universities across the Lone Star State to prepare students for their chosen career paths. We understand the Education Services Centers’ (ESC) mission to streamline the technology that supports Texas learning initiatives. Our goal is to provide Canvas affordably to Texas schools statewide and help strengthen the future of student-centered learning in Texas.
So, why use an LMS?
LMS stands for “learning management system”
It’s an online platform that simplifies teaching and learning by connecting all the digital tools educators use in one accessible place.
And of course, not all student learning management systems are created equal. A great way to distinguish the best LMS software from the rest is to start with one simple question: “Is it easy to use?”
So: Is Canvas easy to use? It’s easier’n all get out. (Are we saying that right?)
Top Texas-Ed Priorities
And How Canvas Student Learning Management System Supports them
Recruit, support and retain teachers and principals
Build a foundation of reading and math
Connect high school to careers and college
Improve low-performing schools
High-Quality Instruction for Every Texas Student
And More Integrations Than You Can Shake a Stick At
Seventy-four percent of districts use more than 26 different edtech tools (source). But you can rein in your roaming herd of edtech tools and corral them with an LMS, Texas style. Canvas unifies all your apps and systems, simplifying teaching so you can focus on personalizing learning for your students.
Used by Texas
some of the folks using Canvas near you
what fellow texans are saying about canvas
Teachers in the Allen Independent School District say Canvas has helped them become more organized, more creative, and better able to provide student- centered learning.
“Canvas provides a more robust experience for designers, instructors, and learners. When I consider what I want my learners to do and how I want to teach, there really is no debate—Canvas is the best fit."