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My journey to impact entrepreneurship

By: Matthew Pietrafetta I began my journey to impact entrepreneurship as a young teacher in New York City. In that role, I saw entrenched challenges such as disparities in test scores, college readiness, and student opportunities, as well as a chasm between test preparation and institutional education. Like anyone with an entrepreneurial mindset would, I began to look for ways to turn those challenges into opportunities for student growth and education innovation and quickly became passionate about the idea of revolutionizing test preparation.
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