The Shared Learning Collaborative (SLC), backed by $100m from The Gates Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation, and others, rebrands as new startup inBloom.

Big data firm the Shared Learning Collaborative (SLC), backed by $100m from philanthropic organisations The Gates Foundation and Carnegie Corporation, has rebranded itself as a new startup inBloom.

The US-based non-profit SLC has been on silent running since it was first formed in 2011, but has been busy behind the scenes. Alongside the rebranding announcement, 21 education technologies have announced plans to develop apps using inBloom’s open API, including Agilix, BloomBoard, CaseNex, Clever, Compass Learning, ConnectEDU, CPSI, Ellevation Education, eScholar,…

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