Zuckerberg’s Startup:Education co-leads $4M round in survey and analytics startup Panorama


A small ed tech startup launched out of a Yale dorm is attracting some big-time Silicon Valley attention. On Monday, Panorama Education, a company that offers K-12 schools survey and analytics services, said that it had raised a $4 million seed round led by Mark Zuckerberg’s Startup:Education fund and SoftTech VC. The round, which marks Startup:Education’s first national equity investment, also included Google Ventures (s GOOG), Ashton Kutcher’s A-Grade Investments, Yale University and others.

Cofounded by Aaron Feuer while an undergraduate at Yale, the startup goes beyond providing SurveyMonkey-style tools to help schools figure out the best questions to ask and methods to use to tackle their problems. Then, it analyzes the data to provide administrators and educators with insights. Since launching early last year, the company said its service has been used by more than 4,000 schools, including the Connecticut State Department of Education and the Los Angeles…

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