Project-Based Learning Platform Brings in $1.7M

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Project-Based Learning Platform Brings in $1.7M

Oct 6, 2017

WORKBENCH, a project-based learning platform for K-12 educators, has raised $1.7 million, the Baltimore Sun reports. The deal is part of an ongoing $2 million seed funding round led by Brown Advisory, and brings the company’s total funding to nearly $5 million.

Based in Baltimore, Maryland, Workbench offers ready-made project ideas, as well as curriculum and directions for implementing projects into the classroom. The platform also connects users and makers with companies and products that sell maker tools and other project ideas.

According to the Baltimore Sun, Workbench’s recent raise will be used “to expand sales and marketing outreach for its hands-on learning tools.”

WORKBENCH, a project-based learning platform for K-12 educators, has raised $1.7 million, the Baltimore Sun reports. The deal is part of an ongoing $2 million seed funding round led by Brown Advisory, and brings the company’s total funding to nearly $5 million.

Based in Baltimore, Maryland, Workbench offers ready-made project ideas, as well as curriculum and directions for implementing projects into the classroom. The platform also connects users and makers with companies and products that sell maker tools and other project ideas.

According to the Baltimore Sun, Workbench’s recent raise will be used “to expand sales and marketing outreach for its hands-on learning tools.”

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