- Acquired by McGraw-Hill Education
- January 1, 2003
- Zach Posner, Bri Holt
- Santa Monica, CA
- Universities, Colleges, High Schools, Teachers, Software, Education
- Engrade accelerates and unifies education by integrating people, tools, data, and curriculum in schools on one user-friendly platform.
Engrade Unifies Education. Engrade integrates people, tools, data, and curriculum in schools on one user-friendly platform.
Engrade was founded in 2003 with a single mission: to help teachers. Beginning with an online gradebook to improve communication and student performance, Engrade has since developed a suite of analytical and collaboration tools for classrooms, schools, and districts.
Engrade’s user-friendly and intuitive tools have spread organically, reaching over 400,000 teachers. Engrade has an integration-friendly architecture which enables data from multiple external sources to merge together seamlessly and is accessible via web, mobile, and tablet devices.
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