Incubated at Rice University, Accelerate Learning has grown from a single product, STEMscopes, to a brand that now offers a variety of curriculum and professional development solutions for PreK-12 that support early learning, Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), and state-aligned curriculum.
Beckfield College operates two career colleges in Ohio and Kentucky. Founded in 1984, Beckfield offers bachelor and associate degrees in nursing, medical assisting, paralegal, criminal justice and business.
Blue Cliff College
Founded in 1987, Blue Cliff College operates seven career schools offering associate degrees and diplomas in health care, massage therapy, cosmetology, and HVAC in Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas.
Cayuse offers a comprehensive research administration software platform for colleges and universities. The Company’s solutions help faculty members and administrators construct, submit and manage research proposals & grants, which allows researchers to focus on research.
Founded in 1934, Dorsey operates nine career schools in suburban Detroit. Dorsey offers certifications for the medical, culinary arts, business, legal, and computer fields.
ILSC Education Group
ILSC is a leading provider of location-based English Language Training (ELT) for international students looking to learn English for use in professional and academic settings. Through the Company’s language schools, colleges, teacher training, corporate training and continuing education divisions, it offers internationally relevant language and career skills training and certification programs to over 12,000 students annually. ILSC offers courses and programs in 8 cities across the United States, Canada, Australia, and India.
Inside Higher Ed
Founded in 2004, Inside Higher Ed is an online media site serving the higher education community. IHE provides news, information services and career resources to its engaged and growing audience.
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
Founded in 1986, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine operates three campuses in San Diego, New York City and Chicago, offering degrees in Oriental medical and body therapy education.
Ruffalo Noel Levitz
Founded in 1991, Ruffalo Noel Levitz is the recognized leader in strategic fundraising and enrollment management software and services in the US, Canada, Australia, and UK.
SchoolAdmin provides SaaS K-12 administrative and marketing solutions focused on the independent (or private) school market. The Company offers software modules and services that help private schools manage their recruitment, enrollment, and tuition billing processes with robust, easy-to-use technology.
Founded in 2006 Streamline Brands has become one of the largest operators and franchisors of swim schools through their portfolio of the SafeSplash, SwimLabs, and Swimtastic brands.
The Swedish Institute offers degrees in massage therapy, advanced personal training, nursing, medical assisting and surgical technology. Founded in 1916 in New York City, Swedish is the oldest massage therapy college in the country.
Founded in 1998, TargetX provides cloud-based, enterprise-wide solutions to help colleges and universities efficiently and effectively manage student relationships, from applicant to enrolled student to donor.
Watermark partners with institutions of higher education to improve student learning and institutional quality with proven, reliable, and user-friendly assessment management and e-portfolio solutions and supporting services.
America’s Choice is one of the nation’s leading comprehensive K-12 standards-based school reform programs. Since 1998, over 500 schools in 15 states implemented this proven, research-based program. America’s Choice was acquired by Pearson in 2010.
Chancery is a leading web-based student information system designed to meet the unique needs of large, urban K-12 districts.
Cranium develops and sells award-winning family, adult and children’s games focused on knowledge and discovery with a mission to “lighten and enlighten people’s lives”. Cranium was acquired by Hasbro in 2008.
DigitalThink was an eLearning enterprise solutions provider for corporations. The company went public in 2000 and was later acquired in 2004 by Convergys, a provider of outsourced billing, HR and customer care services.
Endeavor Schools is a family of unique, well-established private schools that serve as pillars to their respective communities. The schools subscribe to proven, research-based curricula, taught by seasoned educators.
Founded in 1999, Interfolio offers unique software solutions that help organize and streamline faculty-related workflows and decision-making. The Company provides both Dossier and enterprise SaaS offerings focused on the hiring, management, review and promotion of faculty members.
Knowledge Planet was an eLearning platform with customized content and consulting services designed to meet the needs of global corporate training clients. In 2007, the company merged with Shared Insights to form Mzinga, a leading provider of enterprise social software solutions that drive growth and innovation.
Noel-Levitz provides enrollment, retention and financial aid services and products to over 1,000 nonprofit colleges and universities. Since its founding 40 years ago, the company has served over 2,800 institutions and is a thought leader in higher education services.
Platform Learning delivered after-school, weekend, and summer tutoring programs to students attending public schools.
Quisic was an e-learning company that designed and developed online products to help professionals to perform and organizations to grow. Quisic was acquired by iLinc Communications (formerly EDT Learning) in 2002.
Rubicon is the leading provider of curriculum design and instructional decision making solutions for the K-12 marketplace. The Company partners with innovative education leaders to improve student performance and instructional practice through its curriculum management software.
Schoolnet is a leading provider of instructional improvement education software that increases student achievement, teacher quality and operational efficiency. Schoolnet was acquired by Pearson in 2011.
Star Career Academy
Star Career Academy offers commercial cooking and baking, hotel and restaurant management and allied health programs in eight locations in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. The schools were acquired by Summer Street Capital Partners and Gemini Investors in 2011.
Stratford School operates 16 private schools in the San Francisco, California Bay Area serving students in preschool through eighth grade with a total FTE enrollment of approximately 4,200 students. In 2012, Warburg Pincus acquired a majority interest in the Company.
Teachscape is dedicated to improving the practice of K-12 teaching through the delivery of internet-supported professional development, including customized programs, training and support. Teachscape has trained more than 15,000 teachers. Teachscape was acquired by ABS Capital Partners in 2009.
The Learning Experience
The Learning Experience is a franchisor and operator of 109 childcare centers across the U.S. The company provides the tools and the environment that will give every child the opportunity to develop to their greatest potential in a safe and nurturing environment that is both fun and exciting for children.
The Mandell School
Founded in 1939, the Mandell School provides an engaging and highly-preparatory integrated curriculum to toddlers through 8th grade students in three locations across New York City. The company was acquired by the Rocket Group in 2013.
Trillium operates six career colleges in Ontario, Canada offering diplomas in healthcare, social service, business and technology.
Troll was a publisher and distributor of children’s books and other educational material for children of all ages. The company distributed over 5,000 proprietary titles including scores of award-winning children’s classics. Troll was acquired by Scholastic in 2003.