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, US
Websiteedelements.com
Employee Ratings4

Latest Updates

Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)56
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Education Elements

Angela Chubb

Angela Chubb

Managing Partner
Jason Bedford

Jason Bedford

Managing Partner
Justin de Leon

Justin de Leon

Partner
Kristen Howell

Kristen Howell

Partner
Justin Deleon

Justin Deleon

Partner
Simma Reingold

Simma Reingold

Partner
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Education Elements Office Locations

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

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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

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93/100

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Education Elements Online and Social Media Presence

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Education Elements Blogs

12 Things Equity Focused Teachers Can Say To Students In The New School Year

As school returns, we know this year presents unique challenges and changes to both educators and students. With such change, it may be especially difficult to communicate with students. While your intentions may be good, sometimes the impact of what we say can have unintended consequenc…

Families and Distance Learning: A Guardian’s Guide To Kicking Off Distance Learning

There is no question that our lives have been flipped around over the last few months. For many of us, we are adjusting to redefining our workspace and even our roles. Our work has changed and so has how we interact. One role that has significantly changed is the role of the parent or gu…

Making the Leap: A Strategy for Continuous Online Distance Learning in Rural Schools

Planning Amidst Change “Aim small, shoot small,” is an old saying that many of us who occasionally enjoy a round of target practice embrace. But in our case, planning small for how to serve kids during this pandemic, simply was not going to work long-term. Our district Warren County is …

What Do Students Need Right Now?

In an effort to reconnect with students to truly understand their experience with virtual learning and what they will need from their teachers going forward in an educational landscape irrevocably impacted by this year’s events, we decided to embark upon a two-week long empathy interview…

How Leaders Can Create a Sense of Belonging for Teachers Returning to School

Welcome back, educators and leaders, to a school year like none we’ve encountered before! Usually, we use this space at this time of year to offer some ideas for how to get off on the right foot in the classroom or on your school teams as you prepare to bring your community back together…

How Can Teachers Support Student Mental Health During COVID-19?

As teachers everywhere gear up to go back to school in various settings this Fall, one thing is for certain: they need to be prepared to deal with a number of issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic, chief among them being impacts to student mental health. If they’re lucky, teachers ha…
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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 Angela Chubb, Jason Bedford and Justin de Leon.

  • How many employees does Education Elements have?

    Education Elements has 56 employees.

  • Who are Education Elements competitors?

    Competitors of Education Elements include Common Curriculum, Declara and Silverback Learning Solutions.

  • 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.