We’re a team of former Special and General Education teachers, Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), engineers, and UX designers dedicated to helping the 7+ Million students with learning disabilities achieve success in the classroom, and in life. The success of of students with moderate to severe learning disabilities and the stakeholder teams who support them.
We’re on a mission to democratize access to evidence-based, data-driven practices and instructional support technology designed to improve outcomes, starting with students with moderate to severe learning disabilities.
LiftEd empowers school teachers, specialized support and service providers, administrators, and parent teams to move beyond compliance, to prioritize student’s progress. Our cloud software helps teams deeply understand student’s unique strengths and learning barriers, plan and deliver individualized instruction, monitor progress continuously, and make data-informed decisions that accelerate student’s learning outcomes.
To equip educators, school-based clinicians, administrators and parents with evidence-based data and instructional support software tools that help students with learning disabilities achieve success in the classroom, and in life.
A world where educational practices are always designed to address the unique learning barriers and strengths of every student, everywhere.
LiftEd is a critical partner to school & district administrators, teachers and students across the United States, who use our products to manage complex Special Education program requirements, build the capacity of teachers and specialized support staff to serve students with moderate to severe learning disabilities, and empower students with the necessary teaching and behavioral supports for success in school, and in life. LiftEd is purpose-built to help Special Education teams in schools to go beyond compliance and impacts instruction in every wherever students are learning (online or in person).
LiftEd was founded in 2015, launched in 2016, and has since served over 10,000 students and educators in schools, districts, and private homes across the US.