Edtech Startup KickUp Raises $1.54M in Seed Funding

According to EdSurge, KickUp, a Philadelphia, PA-based edtech startup, raised $1.54m in seed funding.

The round was led by Reach Capital, with participation from Ben Franklin Technology Partners, Rittenhouse Ventures, the Jefferson Education Fund, Arcady Bay Partners, and Deborah Quazzo.

The company will use the funds to expand operations.

Founded in 2014 and led by Jeremy Rogoff, CEO, Eric Krupski, CTO, Victoria Kinzig, COO, KickUp provides a SaaS-based analytics platform for professional development teams to synthesize feedback, take action to support teachers, and report on impact over time.
Users can customize pre-loaded goals to align with their district or region’s strategic goals, pull together real-time data from surveys, walkthroughs or siloed spreadsheets to turn complex information into action steps, slice data to see everything from high-level district data to specific teacher information, and make the information immediately actionable for teachers, coaches, school leaders, technology teams, and district personnel.



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