Backpack, the world’s first Personal Education Record(TM), will permit you to securely gather, store, manage and share your own academic information - when you want, where you want and with whom you choose.
Backpack’s founders are parents who felt there had to be a better way to store and manage their children’s educational achievements.
Current student information systems are too rigid. They don’t track historical performance; they don’t include accomplishments, achievements or extracurricular activities. They can’t be accessed by colleges, universities or trade schools. They are not portable. They can’t be shared. And most importantly, they don’t belong to the learners or parents. Much like a health record or credit score, your backpack personal education record™ is as unique and individual as your fingerprint.
Create a free online profile. Everything in your backpack is part of your Personal Education Record™ (PER). Safe, secure and free.
Grades, progress reports, test scores, honors and special recognitions, writing samples, artwork, and musical composition all in one convenient location.
Build your own personal academic network and share successes with family, mentors, coaches, teachers, advocates and academic institutions.
“Backpack has been a great tool helping with the college application process. I was able to have all my sons records in one secure place.” - Elizabeth M., Mom, United States
“I love sharing all my kids accomplishments with my family. Backpack has made it safe and easy to do.” Tricia B., Mom, United States
“My clutter is gone. I’ve found a place to save and build an educational record for my children. Backpack is an awesome resource.” Toby W., Mom, United States
"Backpack is the ultimate academic storage solution.” - Liz S., Teacher, United States
“Pioneering a new standard in education and social media.” - Jon S., Admissions Director, United States
“There is simply not another Internet site or educational service that focuses on the complete educational experience while leveraging the popularity of social media.” - Bill H., Middle School Principle, United States.
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