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K-12 Startups Target Educators’ Needs

September 14, 2012 2:52

Tess Brustein and Michael Gerson, both in their mid-20s, quit their jobs on the East Coast and moved to the Silicon Valley to pursue a dream of building a successful education technology company. They are creating an online service that uses crowd-sourced videos of teachers to help educators who are looking for better ways to get peer reviews of their teaching styles and techniques.

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