According to N36'er Maxwell Brodie, one simply does not achieve product-market fit

Aug 10, 2018

The primary method of educating students has not changed in decades. Traditional lecture-based learning still dominates our primary, secondary and higher education systems. Lecture-based learning is ineffective in helping students retain knowledge. Maxwell Brodie, 26, and Edward Sun, 26, started Kaizena to give educators the tools to provide fast, high-quality feedback on student work with voice comments, explainer videos and skill tracking through a web app. The founders recently completed Y Combinator’s startup accelerator program and have raised roughly $1.2 million in venture funding from NewSchools Seed Fund, Horizons Ventures, Jeff Weiner (CEO of LinkedIn), and other angel investors.

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