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Our mission: Empower Every Student to Learn

The values we live by

Yup is committed to creating a culture that spurs growth, transparency, and an environment where everyone's voice is heard. By living the values below, we can all L.E.A.D. each and every day and foster a workplace that encourages us all to be our best selves. This will help us build an excellent product for students, families, and educators alike.


At Yup we

  • L - listen and learn, to grow
  • E - empower through honesty and empathy
  • A - achieve ambitious outcomes by planning and adapting
  • D - delight and deliver value for students, families, and educators

Meet Members of our Learning Team

Get to know a few of our team members with backgrounds in teaching, tutoring, and education administration.

  • Kreg Moccia

    Kreg Moccia

    Director of Academics

    Kreg graduated from Harvard University with a degree in Economics and earned his Masters in Teaching from the Relay Graduate School of Education. He taught the full range of high school math subjects before becoming a school leader in Brooklyn, NY. There, he coached a team of 10 teachers, leading them to some of the highest academic achievement in the city.

  • Claire Polcrack

    Claire Polcrack

    Education Consultant

    Claire graduated from Susquehanna University with a degree in Mathematics & Secondary Education. After graduating, she joined Teach For America where she taught upper-level math for five years. Most recently, Claire was Achievement Director for five high schools in Connecticut and New York. At Yup, Claire helps set the vision and strategy for Yup's teaching methods.

  • Emily Banks

    Emily Banks

    Education Consultant

    Emily graduated from Carleton College with a degree in mathematics and holds a Master of Arts in Secondary Mathematics Education. Emily has served as a mathematics teacher, curriculum specialist, coach, and most recently high school principal. Under her leadership, Emily's school became one of the highest performing high schools in the state, earning a gold medal distinction.

Backed by the biggest names in education

Stanford
Sesame Street
Collaborative Fund
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