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Utah's iSchool Campus gets $2 million in venture capital

Published November 28, 2012 9:36 am
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Park City-based iSchool Campus said it has received $2 million in venture capital from Crocker Ventures, a privately held Utah-based investment firm that funds promising early stage companies in life sciences, information technology and education.

iSchool said the investment will help it bring its education technology platform to more schools across the county.

Currently being piloted in schools in Utah and seven other states, iSchool has created a learning platform that uses iPads and other technologies to deliver curriculum to students.




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