Our Philosophy

An effective data platform does not integrate data without a deep understanding of its meaning. It does not simply visualize data and publish numbers; it connects purposeful data to relevant research to tell a story. It joins understanding and action to drive outcomes. This is precisely how BrightBytes delivers a powerful data analytics solution that encourages exploration and inspires change.

Genevieve Hartman, Ph.D.
Vice President of Research


Research Partners

BrightBytes partners with leading research organizations and top universities to organize data into evidence-based frameworks.


 The American Institutes for Research (AIR) strives to conduct and apply the best behavioral and social science research and evaluation towards improving people's lives, with a special emphasis on the disadvantaged.


McREL International is the market leader in developing and advancing the science of educational leadership.


iKeepSafe™ is a world leader in helping K-12 organizations build a healthy digital environment and implement strategies for safe data use. 


Dr. Ryan S. Baker is an Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania and the Director of the Penn Center for Learning Analytics.


The International Society for Technology in Education helps educators around the world use technology to solve tough problems in education.


Ed tech Partners

With award-winning experience helping organizations meet data management requirements, we partner with dozens of leading ed tech enterprise solutions including:


Professional Development Partners


Common Sense is the nation's leading independent nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering parents, teachers, and policymakers to help children thrive in a world of media and technology.


American Institutes for Research supports states, districts, and schools with the development, implementation, and continuous improvement of early warning system initiatives. The organization’s experts have developed tools and guidance, and conducted research following a seven-step process that allows educators to monitor student achievement and intervene early and often.