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Aggregator for kid info: Education.com

Portal offers tool for finding a school, good books, and age-appropriate topics.

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Education.com aims to be the WebMD for parents looking for information about children. It does that by aggregating the most-searched for content on the Web related to kids: schools, activities, behavioral issues, and more.


The product the company is launching at Demo is School Finder, which is exactly what it sounds like.

Using already available information that Education.com has gathered in one place, users can search public, private, and charter schools. It has rankings based on test scores as well as parent opinions. It tracks information on school demographics and after-school activities. The tool also displays schools based on districts.

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