GoalBook, a US-based education testing start-up, has raised $915,000 in its seed round from a consortium including technology training company EdMentor.

NewSchools Venture Fund, a non-profit venture capital firm that invested $200,000, led the round which included VC firms Rethink Education and and Patient Capital Collaborative’s SustainVC fund, and angel investors Greg Gunn, Steve Shulman and Joe Gleberman, according to news provider EdSource.

GoalBook is a graduate of education technology accelerator Imagine K12’s first class.

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