Founders: Kostas Karolemeas & Spiros Alvertis
Allcancode is a complete learning platform for coding. Elementary school students play and learn the fundamentals of computer science and then practice their skills by making their own games.
Founders: Abhi Vijayakar
BrainNook is the next generation of learning games for kids under 10. It combines standards-aligned educational content and rich, massively multiplayer game environments for kids with detailed analytics and performance measurement tools for parents and teachers.
Founders: Andrew Ng, Francis Hinson & Sabar Dasgupta
Chesscademy is an adaptive learning tool for improving chess play. By analyzing how users interact with educational content on the site, Chesscademy creates a personalized curriculum tailored to their individual learning paths.
Founders: Jeremy Keeshin & Zach Galant
CodeHS provides a high school computer science curriculum, including short instructional videos, in-browser programming exercises, and a support system for teachers and students to get help from experts.
Founders: Kasey Brown
With DigitWhiz, kids master foundational math skills in a fun and effective way. Our online program evaluates current abilities, prescribes games and guides kids to master basic and pre-algebra skills. It’s easy for teachers to setup their class and for parents to use at home.
Founders: Chirag Patel & Sunil Patel
Eduvee enables 1-to-1 learning to happen at scale with an innovative machine learning approach, which allows it to adapt content to each student.
Company: Front Row
Founders: Sidharth Kakkar & Alexandr Kurilin
Front Row is a free adaptive math program for K-8 classrooms. With the program, students practice math at their own pace and teachers get data & insights to help them tailor instruction for each student and for small groups.
Founders: Mo Akade
GigaBryte introduces elementary school kids to computer programming by channeling their natural passions and creativity. Kids work in teams to program wearable electronics using a visual programming environment and challenge-based curriculum.
Founders: Jon Mattingly & Grechen Huebner
Kodable is a curriculum introducing kids aged 5 and up to the basics of programming in a fun game. It offers teachers and parents tools and resources to help kids start their programming education before they can read.
Company: Mosa Mack Science
Founders: Lissa Johnson
Mosa Mack Science provides a cost-effective, engaging, inquiry-based science curriculum built around short animated science mysteries with a fun and diverse cast of characters. Each episode's curriculum includes hands-on activities and engineering challenges.
Company: Mystery Science
Founders: Keith Schacht, Doug Peltz
Mystery Science provides open-and-go lessons that inspire kids to love science. Our aim is to reach children before they've lost their natural curiosity about the world, and to inspire them to develop a scientific understanding of it.
Founders: Jeff Scheur
NoRedInk is an adaptive learning engine that helps students improve their grammar and writing skills. NoRedInk generates a personalized curriculum from kids' interests, adjusts to their abilities with instant feedback, and provides actionable performance data to teachers, schools, and districts.
Founders: Ami Shah & Angie Chan
Peekapak bridges the gap between learning in class and learning at home with K-3 curricula aligned to the Common Core. All lesson plans include both an original storybook covering important social and emotional learning topics and related activities.
Founders: Dave Ciulla
ReadWorks gives teachers the research-based instructional materials they need to improve students’ reading comprehension. ReadWorks offers a variety of standards-aligned curriculum and an expanding library of high-quality texts.
Founders: Brendan Finch, Grenard Madrigal
RocketLit is an adaptive learning and assessment platform for science and social studies. We write articles at 7 different reading levels, serve them to every student in a classroom at their independent reading level, and fluidly adapt the level students receive as they improve. RocketLit’s platform will soon be expanding to include more grade levels.
Company: The Rumie Initiative
Founders: Tariq Fancy
The Rumie Initiative (Rumie) brings free digital education to underprivileged children around the world through low-cost tablets and the support of a global community of volunteer educators.
Founders: Bill Karamouzis & Rhys Jones
TeachMe makes educational games and apps powered by over 1,200 different ways to practice math. Created by the founders of AddictingGames, TeachMe games and apps are designed to capture and hold students' attention.
Founders: Mike Chen & Jackey Wang
Tickle offers programming education re-imagined for the world of connected devices and the future of Internet of Things. With a visual, block-based user interface, anyone can learn to code to pilot an air drone, navigate a robot, and program their smart home.
Founders: Elliott Hauser, Brian Marks & Ben Wheeler
Trinket lets anyone code in their browser. Teachers love the instant setup and students love using real code to make games, apps, and data visualizations. Trinket programs can be easily shared on websites, blogs, and in online curriculum, just like a YouTube video.
Founders: Allie Diracles, Melissa Halfon, Leandra Tejedor