Declara Secures Further Series A Funding

Dan Primack reports this morning in his Term Sheet e-mail newsletter that Declara, a California based personal learning company, has secured additional $9MM Series A funding. The investors participating are EDBI (based in Singapore) and Linden Venture Fund (based in Chicago). The previous participants in earlier Series A round funding raised by Declara are GSV Capital, Data Collective, Founders Fund and Catamount Ventures.

It is interesting to note what does Declara mean for data in education in general – since Declara’s proprietary platform, The CognitiveGraph™, uses massive data collected about an individual’s every interaction on the network to tailor the content and delivery time of content for that individual’s particular learning style to improve the learning outcome.

To learn more on Declara, visit the company’s website at www.declara.com.

To read our articles on data in education, read the following:

The Power of Student Data and Who Owns It

Big Data in Education: Key Players in Data Analytics Weigh In

Yevgeny Ioffe

Yevgeny Ioffe

Yevgeny Ioffe, or as people call him, Yev, has been working in both the startup world and established companies. His career spans from joining Xplana Learning as it launched to Cengage Learning to MBS Direct when it acquired Xplana in 2009. Yevgeny brings to EdTech Times his passion for start-ups and technology, along with his interest in the ever evolving world of edtech. Yevgeny obtained his BSc and MA from Brandeis University and MBA from Boston College.