STEMuli raises $3.25M to transform traditional classroom learning with the Educational Metaverse
classroom learning with the Educational Metaverse
in seed funding co-led by Slauson & Co and Valor Ventures, with participation from Draper Associates.
Within the digital world, STEMuli connects companies to their future workforce of K-12 students and endeavors to narrow
achievement and employment gaps for users. The Metaverse launched in the Dallas Independent School District and seed funds will be used to expand the company’s reach nationwide to New York, California, Illinois, Georgia, and Washington D.C.
Soon learning will be as reliable and ubiquitous as Google Maps. We are pioneering the learn-to-earn model to increase engagement, and utilizing AI to improve teacher’s productivity. The Metaverse is a game-changer for teachers and learners,” said Taylor Shead, founder and CEO of STEMuli.
app for students by Forbes and The Center for Education Reform. Taylor wants little girls across the world to see her and
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