Citelighter Cofounders Lee Jokl, left, and Saad Alam.
For the second year in a row, Citelighter is posting a $2 million funding round.
According to EdSurge, the edtech startup raised a $2.1 million convertible note to “accelerate sales and operations.”Baltimore Angels was among the investors.
Citelighter, a writing platform for students, is now used in 8,600 schools, according to the EdSurge article. The company gained Baltimore buzz after relocating to Charm City from New York.
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