Denver teaching software startup raises $500,000

DENVER — Schoolrunner, a startup that makes software for teachers, has raised $500,000 from investors. Part of that funding came from the Colorado Impact Fund, reports BusinessDen, a venture capital firm which gave the Denver startup $1.5 million in 2015. The new funding will go to pitching public school districts, as well as additional charter schools, some of which have been using Schoolrunner since 2012. Schoolrunner is a desktop and mobile app that tracks grades,…