ClassEDU Launches to Bring “Class for Zoom” Product to Market to Help Millions of Teachers and Students Learning Online Due To COVID

WASHINGTON, Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — ClassEDU Inc. today announced its launch and the closing of $16 million in seed financing. The funding will be used to bring the company’s Class for Zoom product to market.

Teachers using Zoom today need frictionless tools to take attendance, hand out assignments, give quizzes, grade items, or even talk with students one-on-one. Class for Zoom adds all of these capabilities and more.

“Due to COVID, millions of students are learning online, and education is changed forever,” said Michael Chasen, ClassEDU co-founder and CEO and former Blackboard co-founder and CEO. “As the father of three school-age kids, I have a front row seat to how challenging remote learning is. That’s why we designed Class for Zoom to feel and work like an in-person classroom, and to bring back the happiness of school to teachers and students.”

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ClassEDU Launches to Bring “Class for Zoom” Product to Market to Help Millions of Teachers and Students Learning Online Due To COVID | News

WASHINGTON, Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — ClassEDU Inc. today announced its launch and the closing of $16 million in seed financing. The funding will be used to bring the company’s Class for Zoom product to market.

Teachers using Zoom today need frictionless tools to take attendance, hand out assignments, give quizzes, grade items, or even talk with students one-on-one. Class for Zoom adds all of these capabilities and more.

“Due to COVID, millions of students are learning online, and education is changed forever,” said Michael Chasen, ClassEDU co-founder and CEO and former Blackboard co-founder and CEO. “As the father of three school-age kids, I have a front row seat to how challenging remote learning is. That’s why we designed Class for Zoom to feel and work like an in-person classroom, and to bring back the happiness of school to teachers and students.”

For most of the past 20

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