Panorama Education wants to make polling easier for educators

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

New Haven-based start-up Panorama Education is looking to address a major pain point for educators, students and parents with its polling app targeted at K12 students. The technology is designed to replace cumbersome legacy players, and improve on less targeted, general-purpose tools like SurveyMonkey to provide meaningful insights for education.

Panorama came out of Yale alumni Aaron Feuer’s own personal frustrations with conducting surveys of classes. Feuer teamed up with fellow Yale students David Carel and Xan Tanner to create Panorama, drawing on their expertise with tracking and analyzing other types of data (sports) and their experience with the education system.

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