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Hypotheses Tests Results Homeschoolers (k-5) Edusquared H4R Stanford 2020

Hypotheses Tests Results
Homeschoolers (k-5) are our
ideal target market.
Interviews with homeschool
educators, homeschool consultant
● New homeschoolers struggle with
finding curriculum
● Experienced homeschoolers don’t
need
● Lots of homeschool support groups
and resources
Title I general education
primary students are our
ideal target market.
Interviews with parents and
teachers of Title I students
● Parents unwilling to pay out of
pocket but interested in
independent student activities
● Teachers & schools love idea but
can’t afford to purchase unless
virtually free
Special education teachers
need our product!
Interview with special education
teacher
● Huge lack of teaching resources
● Families lack qualification to teach
students, unsure of needs
● No access to resources to help
students focus in class
Students enjoy hands-on
activities
Interviewing special education
teacher
● Immersion and independence
during arts and crafts
● Minimal teacher guidance, no
parental supervision needed
Day 3 to Day 4 Insights

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  • joymorai

    Sep. 7, 2020

Hypotheses Tests Results Homeschoolers (k-5) are our ideal target market. Interviews with homeschool educators, homeschool consultant ● New homeschoolers struggle with finding curriculum ● Experienced homeschoolers don’t need ● Lots of homeschool support groups and resources Title I general education primary students are our ideal target market. Interviews with parents and teachers of Title I students ● Parents unwilling to pay out of pocket but interested in independent student activities ● Teachers & schools love idea but can’t afford to purchase unless virtually free Special education teachers need our product! Interview with special education teacher ● Huge lack of teaching resources ● Families lack qualification to teach students, unsure of needs ● No access to resources to help students focus in class Students enjoy hands-on activities Interviewing special education teacher ● Immersion and independence during arts and crafts ● Minimal teacher guidance, no parental supervision needed Day 3 to Day 4 Insights

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