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CodeSpark Raises $4.1 Million to Bring Coding Games to Kids

Sep 30, 2016

CODESPARK, which offers coding games for children ages 4 to 9, has raised $4.1 million in a seed round led by Kapor Capital. Based in Los Angeles, codeSpark develops “The Foos,” a coding game played by more than 4 million kids, according to TechCrunch. The startup make its offerings available to schools, libraries and nonprofits for free, while charging parents a fee for home access. Other investors include Idealab, PGA Venture Partners, Felton Group, NewGen Capital and Umang Gupta (who wrote Oracle’s first business plan and now opines on EdSurge).

Edtech Business

CodeSpark Raises $4.1 Million to Bring Coding Games to Kids

Sep 30, 2016

CODESPARK, which offers coding games for children ages 4 to 9, has raised $4.1 million in a seed round led by Kapor Capital. Based in Los Angeles, codeSpark develops “The Foos,” a coding game played by more than 4 million kids, according to TechCrunch. The startup make its offerings available to schools, libraries and nonprofits for free, while charging parents a fee for home access. Other investors include Idealab, PGA Venture Partners, Felton Group, NewGen Capital and Umang Gupta (who wrote Oracle’s first business plan and now opines on EdSurge).

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