Schoolrunner Gets $1.5M Funding From Colorado Impact Fund

Denver-based Schoolrunner, a developer of cloud-based software to help teachers manage student data, has raised $1.5M in a investment from the Colorado Impact Fund (CIF), the company said this morning. Schoolrunnner, which is ledby Charlie Coglianese, provides software for K-12 schools helping teachers manage student data, including grades, attendance, behavior, and other information. The company says it offers up its technology to 72 schools across the country. Schoolrunnner says it will use the funding to hire additional programmers, and enhance its product, plus also bolster sales efforts.