Our mission

Nurture each child’s passion, curiosity, optimism, and educational success.

Our philosophy

Proven learning approaches

Teaching is one of the most challenging and complex jobs on the planet. Our digital resources, tools, and learning materials are developed by educational experts to incorporate leading pedagogical practices. They are useful in any type of teaching moment and many can be used to support national education standards.

Empowered educators

From school teachers and tutors to home schoolers and parents, engaged adults are the key to unlocking each child's potential and drive to learn. We empower all kinds of educators to teach kids by providing the best educational resources in any form or device to be used at home, at school, and everywhere in-between.

Unique experiences

There is no such thing as "one size fits all" in education; each educator and child has unique challenges and goals. We celebrate the diversity of our users by offering differentiated resources that can meet a wide range of educational needs - and raise kids' confidence in learning.

Conscientious and supportive

We continue to provide academically sound content of the highest caliber and welcome input from our users as we address issues of equity, diversity, inclusivity and representation. Since we know there are many different approaches to teaching and education, we develop our materials to complement these different philosophies across subjects and grades.

Our reach

The people who visit Education.com are the most important part of what we do.
We provide learning resources in over 20 countries and six continents.
Every user is different, but they share the same goal: to improve the lives of children through education.

Over 23,565,298 people have signed up as Education.com members
11,782,649 are teachers
10,000 new members join every day


Each member of the leadership team brings years of experience in education and technology to the company. They help us work towards a brighter future, leading the core team to success.

Rich Yang

Rich loves helping millions of parents and teachers at Education.com.

Rich brings almost 20 years of marketing and product management experience with big and small brands. Prior to Education.com, Rich was Head of Small Business Marketing at Visa, Inc. Rich has held marketing and product leadership roles at Intuit, MarketWatch (acquired by Dow Jones), Charles Schwab, and Clorox. Rich holds a Master of Business Administration from the Harvard Business School, and dual degrees from the University of Pennsylvania in history and finance.

Rich is passionate about improving education. He serves as PTA Co-President at his two daughters' school, a Board Member for Techbridge (a non-profit empowering girls in STEM), and coaches his daughters' softball and soccer teams.

Jen Mazzon
Chief Product Officer

Jen fully embraces Education.com’s mission to help parents and teachers nurture children’s passion, curiosity, optimism, and educational success. She joined the company in 2018.

Jen is the former head of product for Google Docs, Coursera for Business, Colibri Group, Rocket Lawyer and Apigee. She began her career at Intuit, where she spent a decade learning marketing and product management fundamentals. She left Intuit to join the founding team of Writely and then to re-launch Writely as Google Docs, post Google acquisition. Most recently before joining Education.com, Jen led the Learner and Partner Experience product teams at Coursera.

Jen is a graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business and Yale University. When Jen isn’t working at Education.com, she dedicates most of her time and energy to helping her own children (all three of them) pursue their passion and realize their full potential.

Graham McNicoll

Graham joined Education.com in 2007 as one of the first employees and a founding member of the engineering team. Since then he has written more than 1.5 million lines of code that run Education.com’s site, servers, and products. In 2004, Graham co-founded a nonprofit focused on delivering Internet communications to Africa. This experience taught him how to overcome a bewildering array of technical problems, which make Education.com’s technical challenges look easy! Earlier in his career, Graham conducted research in medium energy physics for a particle accelerator in Virginia.

Graham graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Bachelor of Science in Physics. He comes from a long line of educators, and is happy to continue that tradition at Education.com.

Brian Border
VP of Marketing

When Brian joined Education.com in 2019, he was delighted to be able to combine his passion for education and child development with his experience leading omni-channel consumer marketing programs.

Brian previously served as Vice President of Marketing at Shutterfly, where he oversaw customer retention & personalization, marketing analytics, and marketing technology. Prior to that, he held acquisition and retention marketing roles at both Kodak Gallery and Blue Shield of California. Earlier in his career, Brian served as a business strategy consultant, first at Accenture and then at Peppers & Rogers Group, where he developed customer-driven solutions for top global brands including Nike, Jaguar, HP and Amgen.

Brian holds a BA in Economics from Stanford University and resides in San Francisco with his partner. During his free time, he enjoys swimming, hiking around the city and listening to live music.

Marc Frochtzweig
VP of Product Marketing

Marc joined Education.com with the goal of scaling its user base and delighting customers with products that help kids learn, grow, and succeed.

Marc previously served as Senior Director of Product at PodShow, where he developed innovative media players and a platform for allowing independent media producers to earn revenue as they build their audience. As Director of Product at Tagged, Marc built the team and site from scratch and took the site viral, pulling in millions of customers in short order. Before Tagged, Marc helped Netscape develop channels in Netcenter, the Internet’s first portal. He has also worked at Disney, Microsoft, and AOL creating Internet TV and radio products, and as Managing Editor at Red Herring and Open Computing.

Marc received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He currently lives in Silicon Valley with his wife and two daughters, and has no qualms using his kids for user testing to make better educational products.

Our teachers

Each piece of content on Education.com passes through the hands of an experienced teacher. This group of educators ensures our resources are of the highest quality and effectively address core skills.

Education technology is meant to optimize the experiences of students, teachers and families. The goal isn't to replace the brilliant people who shape our children's minds and futures, but rather to be of service to them.

- Tatum Omari
Head of Curriculum and Content
Jeuné B. Provost
Stefani Wissman
Summer Tracy
Laura Gonzalez
Sara Ellberg
Maggie Knutson
Cheryl Herring
Michelle Johnson
Allie McMurdo
Lily Jones
Mark Mautone
Stephanie Singer
Catherine Crider
Beth Lemon
Karen Vogelsang
Linda Glasgow

Our team

We're a savvy group of parents, writers, cyclists, former teachers, rock stars, gardeners, Beliebers, Australians (two!), and hockey players.


Favorite Kids' Book:

Pooh Gets Stuck by Isabel Gaines and Nancy Stevenson

Favorite Comic Book:

Calvin & Hobbes

Favorite Kids' Book:

Sideways Stories from Wayside School by Louis Sachar

Favorite Teacher:

Dr. Albus

Favorite Kids' Book:

George and Martha by James Marshall

Favorite Kid's Book:

Go Dog Go!

Favorite kid's book:

winnie the pooh

Favorite show:

The Dragon Prince

Favorite Kids' Book:

Dr. Dog by Babette Cole

Favorite Kid's Book:

Goodnight Moon

Favorite kid's book:

Oh, the Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Seuss

Favorite kid's book:

Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans

Favorite Kids' Book:

Everybody Poops

Favorite Kid's Book:

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

Favorite Subject


Favorite Kids' Book:

Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

Favorite Kids' Book:

The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien

Favorite kids book:

Father Christmas by Raymond Briggs

Favorite Class:

MIT: Electromagnetism

Favorite Teacher:

Mrs. Donahue

Favorite Kids' Book:

Slow Loris by Alexis Deacon

Favorite kid's book:

Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster

Favorite Kid's Book:

the Analects of Confucius
Michelle K

Favorite Game:

Putt-Putt Travels Through Time

Favorite Class:


Favorite kid's book:

Oh, the Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Seuss
Bryce and Kiki

Favorite Teacher:

Richard Feynman

Favorite educational game:

Spelling Jungle

Favorite Kids' Book:

The BFG by Roald Dahl

Favorite Kids' stories:

Tales of Panchatantra

Favorite kids book:

Bridge to Terabithia

Favorite kid's book:

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

Favorite Class:


Favorite Kids' Book:

Finnegans Wake

Favorite Kid's Book:

The Hobbit

Favorite kids book:

The Giver (by Lois Lowry)

Favorite Kid's Book:

The Little Engine That Could by Watty Piper

Favorite child book:

Matilda by Roald Dahl

Favorite kids' series

A Series of Unfortunate Events

Favorite Book:

The Name of The Wind

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Favorite Kids' Book:

The Two Captains by V. Kaverin

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Favorite book:

Harry Potter

Favorite Kids' Book:

The Little House by Virginia Lee Burton

Favorite Subject:


Favorite Kids' Book:

The Cat In The Hat by Dr. Seuss

Favorite Kids' Book:

One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez

Favorite Kids' Book:

How to Avoid Huge Ships by John Trimmer

What our members say

Students like the interactive games to practice reading and writing. As a teacher, I love the correlation to standards, and that I am able to see the progress and struggles my students have in obtaining skills.

- Sara D., Teacher

Education.com has been an invaluable aid to me in teaching my children from home, no matter what the grade level. It's so quick and easy to look for and download specifically what I need in a moment, and at a most reasonable cost.

- Patricia K., Homeschooler

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