Dr. Reed Hankinson
Director of Programs
Dr. Reed Hankinson co-founded EduLink, Inc. with Dr. David Myers. The two met in 1995, while both teaching at Gateway School District in Pittsburgh, PA. They both started their doctoral program together in 1997 and incorporated EduLink, Inc. in 1998. While pursuing their Doctorate degrees at Duquesne University, they found there was a deep need for a recruiting tool for Teachers seeking employment. They worked tirelessly in their spare time to develop a web-based software tool, called TeacherLink USA to assist teachers looking for teaching positions in Pennsylvania.
Dr. Hankinson and Dr. Myers, both taught for many years, while simultaneously building cutting edge software tools, specifically tailored to the unique needs of the education market. Their first-hand knowledge and expertise as teachers themselves, helped them build and develop highly refined tools like PA-ETEP, a teacher evaluation tool aligned specifically to the State of Pennsylvania guidelines; Comply, a tool that helps track and manage all compliance related items; Act 48 Credit Keeper which tracks continuing education hours, required for all teaching professionals; and MyRegistrar, an online course selection/registration tool used by colleges and universities, intermediate units, and school districts.
Dr. Hankinson is a graduate of Penn State University with a BS in Elementary Education. He earned his Master’s Degree and his Doctorate Degree from Duquesne University. Dr. Hankinson began his teaching career as a first grade teacher at Gateway School District in Pittsburgh, PA. Dr. Hankinson eventually left teaching to focus full time on expanding EduLink.
EduLink, Inc has become one of the most highly regarded education software companies in the state of Pennsylvania. PA-ETEP is used by over 440 school districts and 100,000 educators; making it the number one evaluation management tool in the State. The company prides itself on keeping a finger on the pulse of what the education world needs and follows through with comprehensive research that results in the most innovative software tools that answer those needs.
Dr. Hankinson and Dr. Myers are passionate about their work and appreciative of the results. To that end, philanthropy has become a natural part of the corporate culture at EduLink. The company supports an orphanage for abandoned and abused children in Uganda, called Malayaka House; Mission to El Salvador, which helps people suffering from addiction and homelessness; Clear Thoughts Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to funding a treatment for dementia; “A Night to Remember’, an evening of dancing and fun for people ages 16-40 with developmental, physical and mental delays; as well as several other important causes.
EduLink is proud to celebrate over 20 years of providing educators with software solutions that answer their needs and streamline their work. Contact EduLink to see how our tools can help your school district, Intermediate Unit, Charter School, Technical School or College/University.