AdmitSee Raises $1.8 Million In Seed Funding From Silicon Valley Heavyweights

AdmitSee, a two-year-old, 10-person, San Francisco-based startup, has just finished raisingĀ $1.8 million in seed funding to take on pricey college admissions consultants. If things work out as planne

Y Combinator of Education, Imagine K12, Raises A “Start Fund” Of Its Own, Brings Funding For Each Startup To $100K

According to <a target="_blank" href="">Y Combinator's estimates</a>, today, there are more than 100 startup accelerators

Y Combinator Of Education Imagine K12 Launches Its 3rd Cohort, Bringing The Digital Revolution To Classrooms Near You

There's a lot of opportunity -- and big problems to solve -- in the current educational landscape. But it's not an easy road, and, for entrepreneurs and early-stage businesses in need of mentoring, se

Goalbook Nabs $915K From NewSchools & More To Help Teachers Transform Special Education

When it graduated from Imagine K12's edtech accelerator last year, <a target="_blank" href="">Goalbook</a> was tapping into the excitement over technology's ability to personal

ClassDojo Lands $1.6M From Paul Graham, Ron Conway To Help Teachers Control Their Classrooms

Sam Chuadhary and Liam Don launched ClassDojo in August 2011 to help teachers win back control of their disruptive classrooms. The free service allowed teachers to leverage their mobile or desktop tec

Imagine K12’s 2011 Startup Class Aims To Invigorate Education With Technology

One of my favorite bits from Disrupt SF was the set of rapid-fire presentations from Imagine K12, an incubator for education-related startups. We <a href="

Startup Veterans Launch Imagine K12, A "Y Combinator For Education Startups"

<img src='' class="snap_nopreview shot" alt="" />Startup veterans <a href="">Geoff Ralst