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A smiley, friendly workplace with plans to make blending learning available for every child.

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Former Contractor - QA Data Analyst in San Carlos, CA
Former Contractor - QA Data Analyst in San Carlos, CA

I worked at Education Elements as a contractor

Pros

The people are fantastic - many of them ex-teachers with patience, grace, and a burning desire to improve American education offerings. Lots of women in senior positions who offer support and mentoring like I've never seen before.

Cons

As a start-up they are still working out some processes, but are growing rapidly, so that is to be expected.

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Keep on smiling and hiring smart, happy people.

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  1. Great People ... Great Mission

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Education Elements

    Pros

    Passionate team with a great mission

    Cons

    Typical start-up life downsides

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  2. 1 person found this helpful

    Great purpose, but needs to spend more time on efficiency and accurate first attempts

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Carlos, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Carlos, CA

    I have been working at Education Elements

    Pros

    Really cares about their employees. Truly believe in the positive impact of the product. Friendly employees who will go out of their way to help you if you reach out to them.

    Cons

    The issues that come up with the product and the clients need to be addressed at the core. Processes need to be standardized, but the company is unwilling to spend the time or energy to do so because they are already looking ahead.

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    It is important that the current clients feel as confident about the product as the company does, or the future will not be as bright as it looks. Slowing down and taking the time to fix current processes instead of trying to innovate new ones year after year will pay off in the long run.

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