Educational data software developer Kidaptive had raised more than $30m from investors including Stanford-StartX Fund.

Kidaptive, US-based adaptive learning software producer spun out of Stanford University, was acquired educational product provider McGraw Hill for an undisclosed amount yesterday. Founded in 2011, Kidaptive’s software utilises artificial intelligence algorithms to help education-focused companies analyse user data to improve engagement with students. Its team will be integrated into a Center for Innovation run…

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