101 - 250 employees
Series B
Big Data & Analytics
Enterprise Software / SaaS

Panorama Education Company Overview

We come to work every day because we want to make a difference in the lives of students. We started this work as student activists ourselves, promoting student voice in school improvement conversations. Today from our office in Boston, we proudly support over 9 million students in 11,500 schools, 900 districts, 46 states, and 15 countries.

Over the past five years, we have seen how data play a powerful role in improving school climate and culture, teaching and learning, family and community engagement, and students' social-emotional learning. We believe in supporting schools and districts from beginning to end—from administering surveys and conducting data analysis, to providing hands-on coaching and support.

Because we believe that all students deserve the highest-quality education, we've made all our research-backed survey instruments open-source and free for educators to use. We'll continue to share the best practices we learn from the innovative schools and districts we support.

We're committed to widening our perspective on what matters for students and for school success. We've since created the team and the company to do it, and we call ourselves Panorama. 

Jobs at Panorama Education


Work with teammates who value diversity, equity, and inclusion

We support a tremendously diverse group of students, educators, and families across the country, so we are deeply committed to building and growing a diverse Panorama team. We know that the more we represent the perspectives of those we serve, the better our product and support will be.

Our team hails from 23 US states and 7 countries, and we're fluent in 8 languages. (And passable in 5 others!)


Make change in education through innovative technology

We work on the front lines of technology, research, and design in education. Today our platform powers data analytics for hundreds of school districts, thousands of schools, and millions of students every year.

We believe that education must go beyond academics to include essential levers like social-emotional learning, school climate, family engagement, and college/career readiness. Our team spends time getting to know teachers, principals, and district leaders—as a result, we build products that are useful and empathetic.

Serve as a trusted partner for K-12 schools and districts

We believe in working together to solve education's hardest problems. Our mission is to radically improve outcomes for students across the country. We collaborate every day with educators and leaders from diverse school systems.

We strive to provide equitable access to our products. We are deeply committed to our work and to each other. We love to learn, and our monthly "Lightning Talks" give teammates an opportunity to teach and to be lifelong learners.


Jacob Evelyn
Software Engineer

I love working at Panorama Education because... I get to see the human side of engineering work. We're solving hard technical problems, but not to show more ads to people who don't want them—we're solving hard problems to make people's lives better. Period. Getting to talk to educators and see the impact of the work we do is what gets me excited for work every single day.

Sarah Robinson
Product Manager

I love working at Panorama Education because... we truly lead with our mission. When we consider a new feature for a product, we do not ask, "Will this lead more people to buy our product?" We ask, "Will this help educators improve students' outcomes?"

Stephen Eckenrode
Software Engineer

I love working at Panorama Education because... I get to help build products that really make a difference in the schools we work with.  It’s really cool to be able to come to work, solve hard problems, and see the effect we have at the end of the day.

Mitch Peabody
Lead Software Engineer

I love working at Panorama Education because... the engineering culture is thoughtfully deliberate about delivering high quality products that meaningfully impact the lives of students.

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