NoRedInk

NoRedInk is a web-based learning platform

by Mark Ledbetter

NoRedInk
  • May 10, 2018
NoRedInk is a web-based learning platform that helps students improve their grammar and writing skills. The platform incorporates each person's favorite celebrities, personal interests, and Facebook networks to generate grammar questions and enable teachers to give quizzes, assignments, and practice exercises to help students work through misconceptions.

Remind

Remind is a real-time school messaging

by Mark Ledbetter

Remind
  • May 6, 2018
Remind is a real-time school messaging platform that helps teachers, students, and parents communicate quickly and efficiently, because “school communication shouldn’t be so hard”. The Remind mobile messaging platform is rapidly emerging as a vital service that enables communication and collaboration across all K-12 stakeholders who share the company’s vision to give every student an opportunity to succeed. A true “Weapon of Mass Instruction”, Remind’s platform has fostered an incredible community of K-12 constituents who actively engage with the platform to support student outcomes. Built for growth, Remind has 27+ million users in over 70% of US public schools and 90% of US school districts, with more than 3.6 billion messages (and counting!) delivered through the platform to date.

Tynker

Tynker is a creative computing company

by Mark Ledbetter

Tynker
  • May 2, 2018
Tynker is a creative computing company empowering millions of kids to learn to program by building games, apps, and more. Tynker’s platform enables kids to master foundational coding skills via an intuitive, visual programming environment. Its universal programming language translates to HTML, iOS, Android, and Linux, and through the platform kids learn to code for fun things like games, apps, class projects, or how to program drones and robots. Following a 2016 rollout of visual programming functionality for Minecraft, the Tynker team recently unveiled a global partnership with Apple’s youth coding camps across all Apple retail stores. A proven product, Tynker is currently used by a global community of more than 50 million kids across 60,000+ schools. All in all, that adds up to over 2.4 billion lines of code!

Think Through Math T …

Imagine Learning, a leader in elementary

by Mark Ledbetter

Think Through Math T …
  • March 4, 2018
Imagine Learning, a leader in elementary language and literacy software solutions, acquired Pittsburgh-based Think Through Learning Inc., provider of the Think Through Math (TTM) supplemental online math program. Through this acquisition, Imagine Learning is poised to fill a critical need for innovative and adaptive language, literacy, and math solutions in the K–12 space.
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