A Raleigh startup is one of five chosen to participate in AT&T’s Aspire Accelerator for companies developing eduction technology.
Lea(R)n, which is building a platform that allows educators to crowdsource their feedback on learning tools to improve student learning, will receive $50,000 as well as counseling, access to technology expertise and mentoring while participating in the 6-month program.
The other four startups chosen are eduCanon, GradGuru, MindBlown Labs and Quill.
AT&T is investing $350 million in education through its AT&T Aspire education program.
Last year, Lea(R)n received a grant from NC IDEA, a nonprofit that supports early-stage technology companies.