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Education Entrepreneurs: How do you currently test your product with children?

Several education startup founders have said that it's very difficult for them to put their product in front of students to test, especially when the product is at MVP stage. I'm curious to hear what everyone else's experience has been so I can help solve that problem. Questions:
  1. How do you currently test your product with students (ages 3-18)?
  2. What's most frustrating about your current process?
  3. Force rank the following in terms of value to you as an entrepreneur. What would you pay for each?
    • (A) You no longer have to recruit your own students for user testing, we recruit them for you
    • (B) You just show up, the logistics [venue, set-up, schedule] have already been taken care of
    • (C) Step-by-step guidance on how to run a successful user test
    • (D) Consistent user testing opportunities that you can opt into depending on your product team's needs
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