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.
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.
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?"
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.
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.
Welcome to Panorama Education! Located in the heart of Downtown Crossing, you can find us on School Street along the Freedom Trail just steps from the first public school in America.
Candidates or guests can grab a seat in the lobby before their next interview or meeting. It’s also many team members’ favorite sunny spot in the afternoon!
Our spacious main room is a great spot for all-hands team meetings, eating lunch with colleagues, or for games and celebrations.
Your favorite class in high school might also be your favorite meeting room!
Our state-of-the-art board room is great for any large meeting.
For one-on-ones or client calls, you can grab a smaller room with a great view of downtown.
If you don’t need a room, we have plenty of open space on our 3rd and 4th floors that allow for individuals and teams to collaborate.
Our Outreach team often powers through calls or meetings in our 3rd floor lounge area.
On Thursdays, we cater lunch!
Our catered lunches and fully-stocked kitchen are inclusive of a variety of dietary restrictions.
Team lunches are a great opportunity for Panoramians to get together and catch up!
Like any classroom, we love decorating our walls. Especially when we have new additions to the Panorama family!
We know kids are the future, but Panorama Pets are just the cutest!
Our product support team provides the best service for our schools and district clients.
Our soft-seating conference rooms offer a nice change of pace during the work day.
Panorama engineers thrive on collaboration with our large open-floor plan.
All team members are issued top-of-the-line MacBooks and technology to assist in crushing their goals.
Team members often optimize their desks for height preferences whether they want to stand or sit.
Team members can take a break and meditate, or roll out a knot in our Wellness Nook!
Our space highlights some of the feedback and praise we’ve received from our clients.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's corporate headquarters are located right in Downtown Boston. We had a chance to see how their employees "stay curious," as per the statement which is proudly displayed in their office.
BHE has grown substantially over the past several years and has moved into a new office in Boston's Financial District to accommodate its rapid expansion. The company's new offices are modern in every sense of the word, featuring the usual open and collaborative spaces and state-of-the-art meeting rooms.
Privy recently moved into new offices near South Station and we had a chance to take a look inside. During our visit, we certainly witness a very team-oriented atmosphere. Don't miss the in-house video studio and the employee photo wall!
Facebook Boston's growth is continuing. This year, the company unveiled its brand new 130,000 square foot office located at 100 Binney Street in Cambridge. Facebook Boston currently has 200 employees working out of this location and there's plenty of room for growth, as the space is built to hold 600 people.
PatientPing moved into their new office in downtown Boston last November. The office is bright and sunny with plenty of spaces for collaboration. Their personalities and brand colors are represented with team photos and pops of coral and blue throughout the office.
Lose It!'s headquarters are located near the Boston Common. One cool idea that stands out is how they move employees' desks every three months, so you get to know everyone better. The offices also feature a ski lodge-styled quiet room.
Formlabs' Somerville offices feature many of their products and favorite prints on display...with some of them being made by employees themselves (a perk of working there!).
Numerated features an open office and catered lunches to keep their Numerators (what they call their employees) working together and happy.
O'Reilly Media's beautiful red and white offices feature a game room designed for their weekly ping pong tournaments.
Akumina's offices are located in downtown Nashua, New Hampshire and during our tour, we saw plenty of Akuminites (what the company calls their employees) in action.
BitSight's new offices are in the R2-D2 building at 111 Huntington Ave. The company has an incredible-looking space and catered lunches for their team members.
TimeTrade has a beautiful industrial-designed office and rooms for employee Game Nights. Also, their conference room names are music-oriented.
CyberArk's offices in Newton feature a completely renovated, not to mention nice-looking, lobby. The offices house employees working hard in the meeting rooms as well as a few getting competitive with foosball.
DraftKings occupies 105,000 square feet of space, which is the largest single-floor office plan in Boston. From the breathtaking entrance... to sports-themed huddle spaces... to meeting spaces named after famous sports athletes and tech entrepreneurs... to the DK café which mimics a football field... there is so much to see!
PathAI moved from Cambridge to Boston and their offices give employees plenty of room to collaborate... and play a few rounds of Super Smash Bros.
Aside from giving their employees a great view of the Back Bay, OM1 has a sharp, blue-colored office with tons of open space and huddle rooms.
Buildium has been expanding aggressively and to facilitate this growth, the company moved into a new office at 3 Center Plaza.
Located not too far from the Downtown Crossing T stop is Panorama Education's offices which feature meeting rooms named after school subjects and a wall featuring the "Pets of Panorama."
Tamr's offices are located in Cambridge and it gives its employees great views of Harvard Square.
The offices of Datto are located at 50 Milk Street and their lobby is a celebration of their decade-plus lifespan.
Desktop Metal's Burlington offices feature their 3D printing machines in action in a collaborative office.
Boston Digital's rebranded headquarters are in the Schrafft's Center in Charlestown and have a bright, orange-color scheme.