Marker Learning – a provider of clinically valid, professional learning disability assessment and action plans for students – raised $15 million in Series A funding.
Andreessen Horowitz led the investment round with participation from the Virgin Group, Primary Ventures, Difference Partners, Operator Partners, Night Ventures, NBA champion Danny Green (GreenLight Venture Partners), creative director and entrepreneur La Mar Taylor, and 2X WNBA champion Jewell Loyd.
With the new funding, Marker Learning plans to expand into new geographies and expand the breadth of support services offered on its platform. The startup already reaches 1 million students through its school partnerships and will continue to rapidly scale school district partnerships.
In addition to announcing its investment round, Marker Learning has also expanded into tutoring, coaching, and other learning support services. These new services are available to both individuals and schools.
“We are transforming access to learning and attention disability care – from early diagnosis to navigating the world as a neurodivergent adult,” said Stefan Bauer, co-founder of the company. “It’s our mission to ensure everyone has continued support and a clear path forward, no matter where they are in their journey,” added Stefan Bauer.
Including the latest round, Marker Learning has raised close to $20 million in funding to date. Learning disability assessments startup previously received $4 million in Seed funding. The Seed investment round was led by Primary, with participation from Divergent Investments, Night Ventures, and Operator Partners.
Digital learning disability support startups
According to our funding database, digital health startups providing learning disability support, medical education and information services have raised more than $1 billion in funding to date. More recently, Parallel Learning, a provider of virtual support services like tutoring, behavioral therapy, speech-language therapy, and executive function coaching, raised $20 million in Series A funding led by Tiger Global with participation from Obvious Ventures, JAWS and Vine Ventures. In another deal, Re:course AI – a provider of a conversational AI learning and assessment platform for healthcare professionals – raised $4.3 million in funding.