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At eSpark Learning, we have developed the first iPad-specific personalized learning system. We streamline the best apps, great educational practices and data collection into one K-8 platform. We aim to empower teachers to transform their classrooms with technology. We’re growing our team and impact, and hope to meet you soon!
TypePrivate
Founded2010
HQChicago, IL, US
Websiteesparklearning.com
Employee Ratings3.7
Overall CultureB-

Latest Updates

Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)38(-2%)
Job Openings12
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at eSpark

David Vinca

David Vinca

Founder & CEO
Colleen Loftus

Colleen Loftus

School Partnership Manager, Director of Customer Support
Mary Gurley

Mary Gurley

Director of Curriculum
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eSpark Office Locations

eSpark has offices in Chicago and San Francisco
Chicago, IL, US (HQ)
223 W Erie St #3NW
San Francisco, CA, US
22 Rausch St #1, San Francisco
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eSpark Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2010

eSpark total Funding

$5.7 m

Time since last funding

6 years ago

eSpark investors

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eSpark Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

84/100

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eSpark Online and Social Media Presence

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eSpark Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    B-

    77/100

  • CEO Rating

    D

    63/100

  • Compensation

    B

    77/100

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eSpark News and Updates

Rural District Achieves Unprecedented Academic Growth with Personalized Learning and iPads

MIFFLINTOWN, Pa., June 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- This year, students at Juniata County School District grew an impressive average of five percentile points on the NWEA MAP, a nationally-normed assessment on which the typical US student is not expected to see percentile gains over any given...

eSpark Blogs

How Teachers Are Leveraging Mini-Lessons for Maximum Impact

We’ve just released our newest feature: Mini-Lessons! Find out how top teachers are already leveraging Mini-Lessons in their instruction to maximize student learning. eSpark’s Mini-Lessons are short, skills-aligned assignments designed to help students master key concepts in reading…

Transform Your Instruction: 5 Tips from Real eSpark Teachers

A great educator is always looking for ways to transform their teaching practice and hone their skills. But how do they know where to begin? By getting advice from other teachers! We’ve gathered advice from real teachers across the country to share their tips on how they've been able to…

7 Engaging and Free Resources for Second Grade Reading Standards

Your students can play these engaging, online games to practice their second grade reading skills and have fun while they learn! Our team of former educators designed each game to help your students master Common Core standards. These games will take your second graders on exciting adve…

8 Free Games to Teach Second Grade Math Standards

Help your students learn crucial second grade math standards with these fun, free games! Each game was created by our team of former educators and has been tailored to Common Core standards. Students can play these online games to learn new concepts or practice what they already know! A…

What’s New: Announcing eSpark’s Partnership with Clever

We’re announcing our new partnership with Clever, the most widely used single sign-on (SSO) portal in K-12 schools nationwide! eSpark is now available in the Clever Library, a catalog of high-quality digital resources that teachers can deploy to their classroom within seconds. When you…

7 Free Games to Get First Graders Excited About Math

Engage and excite your first graders with these fun math games! These educational games help your students learn important math concepts they’ll use for the rest of their lives. Our team of former educators created each of these games, all tailored to Common Core standards. You can find…
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eSpark Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was eSpark founded?

    eSpark was founded in 2010.

  • Who are eSpark key executives?

    eSpark's key executives are David Vinca, Colleen Loftus and Mary Gurley.

  • How many employees does eSpark have?

    eSpark has 38 employees.

  • Who are eSpark competitors?

    Competitors of eSpark include TAL Education Group, Lixiang Education and Zee Learn.

  • Where is eSpark headquarters?

    eSpark headquarters is located at 223 W Erie St #3NW, Chicago.

  • Where are eSpark offices?

    eSpark has offices in Chicago and San Francisco.

  • How many offices does eSpark have?

    eSpark has 2 offices.