We start and end every day committed to making a real difference in the lives of educators, students, and their families. Because we understand the real impact a positive culture has on schools, we strive to build the same safe and happy culture in our own work environment so that each of us can thrive.
Educators change lives. We recognize the enormity of their jobs and do all we can to help them succeed.
We treat every interaction with our colleagues and customers as an opportunity to make their day.
We value strong partnerships because we’re all in this together. We celebrate wins and share what works, both within the Kickboard team and across our community of schools.
We learn rapidly and are committed to continuously improving our products and services based on educator feedback.
We listen carefully and sweat the small stuff in order to build mission-critical tools and provide “no excuses” support. We work with a sense of urgency to help solve challenges in K-12 education.
We make it in the news when great things happen. And when we're in the news, it's usually because our customers are creating news-worthy stories. See where we pop up in industry conversations.
All Kickboard customers enjoy access to our live phone help desk, responsive email support, and the 24x7 online resource for all things product-related - Kickboard University.
Schools across the country are embracing Kickboard thanks to our unique mission and commitment to the success of educators and students. That means we’re growing fast and always on the lookout for passionate individuals that want to put their talents to work at a company that is making a difference. We provide a great work environment, superb benefits, opportunities for career growth, and the chance to be part of something extraordinary.
Kickboard is based in downtown New Orleans, LA.
Home of jazz, great food, and some of the most innovative and inspirational educators in the country. We love being part of a thriving ed-tech community in what some have deemed, “the most-watched petri dish of education reform in the country.” The proof is in the pudding. Just a little over a decade ago, fewer than 30 percent of New Orleans students were in passing schools. Now it’s 68 percent and still climbing. Let’s hear it for student achievement!