Age of Learning, Inc. is the educational technology and digital learning company that created and continues to develop ABCmouse.com. The company's goal is to help children build a strong foundation for future academic success by providing a comprehensive and engaging online and app-based curriculum to greatly assist early learners to succeed in pre-k, kindergarten, and early elementary school programs. ABCmouse.com offers monthly and yearly subscriptions for home use and offers free classroom accounts to public and private schools, Head Start Centers, libraries and other community organizations.
Deals to education technology startups (ed tech) bounced back in Q1’17 after a significant decline last year. In 2016, the sector’s four-year growth streak dropped off for both deal count and dollars invested. However, ed tech companies raised over 130 funding deals through the … Continued
The Los Angeles metro area is home to tech unicorns such as Snap, The Honest Company, Age of Learning, and Procore Technologies, among others. As LA’s community of tech talent, entrepreneurs, and founders continues to grow, the area is seeing a … Continued
There are 186 private companies around the world as of 1/18/2017 that are valued at $1B+, all tracked on our real-time unicorn tracker. Collectively, these companies are worth approximately $656B. Combined, they have raised approximately $126B. Forty-two of these private companies became … Continued
Data governance and management startup Collibra — originally founded in Belgium but now based out of New York to help businesses in sectors like finance and healthcare to manage and comply with data retention policies — has raised $50 million in its latest round of funding. The company is not discl…
Ed tech startups faced a chilly investment environment earlier this year, with deal count dropping to a four-year low in Q1’16. However, the sector began to recover in Q2, and stabilized in Q3 with a comparable deal count and slight … Continued
Sequoia-backed kids educational startup Duck Duck Moose is heading to Khan Academy, to add preschool learning to the non-profit’s digital education offerings. The startup’s 21 mobile apps aimed at children ages two and up are now available for free as a part of the move, which is not technically be…