What is your approach is to helping improve education and enable entrepreneurship?
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Education startups are perhaps a casebook example of entrepreneurship, startup funding, and founder assumptions going horribly wrong — and at the cost of outcomes for children’s education. I won’t spam but if you want, plenty of documentation of how “add tech to classrooms” largely serve to a) divert public funding to private profits b) result in poorer student outcomes c) have zero research at their core on how students learn.

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