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HotChalk is an education technology company that launched in September 2004. HotChalk runs an online community application designed for grade school teachers, students and parents. In August 2007, McGraw-Hill partnered with HotChalk to make McGraw-Hill training and certification tools available to HotChalk users. NBC partnered with HotChalk as well to distribute NBC news archives to supplement educational materials.
|Industry||Education, Media, Online Advertising|
|Founder||Edward Fields, CEO|
HotChalk was founded by Edward M. Fields; the company's current CEO is Rob Wrubel.
HotChalk was named a 2008 Codie award finalist for "Best Education Solution" and won a 2007 Technology & Learning Award of Excellence for "Teacher Resources." HotChalk was awarded "Best in Class" in Education Innovation Network by Skysong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center.
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- The More We Know: NBC News, Educational Innovation, and Learning from Failure - Klopfer, Eric, Haas, Jason. pp. 79–84.
- "Our Team | HotChalk, Inc". www.hotchalk.com. Retrieved 2019-06-14.