Education Elements

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Education Elements is a services and software solution provider that helps schools design and implement Blended Classrooms that engage every student and make data-driven instruction sustainable for teachers. Blended Classrooms enable teachers with innovative instructional models and a powerful technology platform to prioritize learning across all domains and maximize the amount and impact of instructional time. Our design-driven services approach and unique online platform deliver a unified experience for teachers, students and administrators across an array of disparate systems.
TypePrivate
Founded2010
HQSan Carlos, CA, US
Websiteedelements.com
Employee Ratings4

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Employees (est.) (Apr 2021)57(-1%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Education Elements

Anthony Kim

Anthony Kim

CEO & Founder
Tim Bagby

Tim Bagby

Director of Instructional Support
Angela Chubb

Angela Chubb

Managing Partner
Jason Bedford

Jason Bedford

Managing Partner
Justin de Leon

Justin de Leon

Partner
Kristen Howell

Kristen Howell

Partner
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Education Elements Office Locations

Education Elements has offices in San Carlos and Washington
San Carlos, CA, US (HQ)
999 Skyway Rd
Washington, DC, US
1342 Florida Ave NW floor 2
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Education Elements Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2010

Education Elements total Funding

$8.1 m

Education Elements latest funding size

$6 m

Time since last funding

9 years ago
Education Elements's latest funding round in March 2012 was reported to be $6 m. In total, Education Elements has raised $8.1 m
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Education Elements Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

94/100

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Education Elements Online and Social Media Presence

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Education Elements Company Culture

  • CEO Rating

    B

    75/100

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Education Elements Blogs

Take it or leave it: lessons learned about strategic planning during a global pandemic

More than a year ago, I - like many others - was hunkering down for what I thought would be a two-week quarantine. Thirteen months later, I have found myself adapting to my circumstances. I have created a comfortable work-from-home space, embraced many home DIY projects. I’ve started a h…

Post-Pandemic Possibilities for School

About a year ago, we dealt with one of the largest supply shortages we've faced as a modern country. While toilet paper was certainly in high demand, it was actually active dry yeast that had people scrambling. New and aspiring bakers that found themselves with additional time at home we…

Re-energizing Yourself and Your Team for the Work Ahead

We have been reading, discussing, and reflecting quite a bit on the topic of leadership recently, and one of the products of this deep dive is a video series all about what leaders have learned this year. In his interview, Dr. Patrick Ward from Mayfield City Schools in Ohio mused on the …

What is Schooling Loss – and How Will You Approach it?

Our team has spent months discussing the best term to use to describe the challenge education currently faces. We brought it up in team meetings, shared it with district partners, and sought out recent publications on the subject. We came together around five beliefs that helped us choos…

4 Practices to Immediately Improve the Teacher Experience in Your School

There are 88 million opportunities in the human genome for trait variations to make us unique, but when it comes to what we seek in the workplace, neuroscience suggests most humans crave the same three things – safety, belonging, and a sense of mattering. This is hardly news; Abraham Mas…

Shine Bright Like a Diamond: Supporting Students with a Justice Lens

Like many this past year, I suffered the effects of deprivation from proximity – that is to say, I miss humans. It was this dearth of face-to-face interaction that led me, quite fortuitously, to reach out to Brittany Barnett, founder and president of the nonprofit organization Girls Embr…
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Education Elements Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Education Elements founded?

    Education Elements was founded in 2010.

  • Who are Education Elements key executives?

    Education Elements's key executives are Anthony Kim, Tim Bagby and Angela Chubb.

  • How many employees does Education Elements have?

    Education Elements has 57 employees.

  • Who are Education Elements competitors?

    Competitors of Education Elements include Instytut Techniczny Wojsk Lotniczych, SWAYAM and Interaction Design Foundation.

  • Where is Education Elements headquarters?

    Education Elements headquarters is located at 999 Skyway Rd, San Carlos.

  • Where are Education Elements offices?

    Education Elements has offices in San Carlos and Washington.

  • How many offices does Education Elements have?

    Education Elements has 2 offices.