Schoology Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Schoology's estimated annual revenue is currently $29.4M per year.(i)
  • Schoology's estimated revenue per employee is $181,500

Employee Data

  • Schoology has 162 Employees.(i)
  • Schoology grew their employee count by -17% last year.
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Schoology—used by millions of students and educators in K-12 schools and universities around the world—combines dynamic learning management, an easy-to-use collaborative interface, and next-generation API integration into one innovative solution. Schoology transforms learning into a media-rich interactive experience where students, teachers, parents and administrators work together to raise student achievement worldwide. Available as a free stand-alone product and as a fee-based integrated enterprise-class solution deployed in schools or across districts, Schoology is user-centric and scalable for any blended learning environment.



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Schoology News

2015-11-10 - Schoology Cloud-Based Education Platform Lands $32 Million Series D

Schoology, the learning management system that focuses on cloud collaboration, has today announced the close of a $32 million Series D financing led by JMI Equity, with participation from existing investors including FirstMark Capital, Intel Capital and Great Road Holdings. Schoology was founde ...

2016-03-15 - Your mobile phone bill is sparking an edtech renaissance

Jeremy Friedman Contributor Jeremy Friedman is the CEO of Schoology. Have you ever noticed that 90 cent charge at the bottom of your phone bill? Little did you know, that is the key to fueling a renaissance in education technology. When edtech made its debut in the late 1990s and early 2000s, ...

2016-09-27 - A Timeline of Google Classroom’s March to Replace Learning Management Systems

Over the last two years, Google has taken its popular applications and outfitted them for the classroom. While many schools and districts continue to use existing learning management systems, such as Blackboard, Canvas, Moodle and Schoology, Google’s Classroom platform is increasingly catching t ...

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