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    Revolutionizing Public Education.


    Brought to you by Cesion Software LLC

Makers of Zuriel

Zuriel is Cesion's revolutionary product that aims to close the gap in school funding.

Social Impact Challenge

Cesion is the winnier of Kintone's Social Impact Challenge.

High Schoolers

Cesion is a software company made and run by High School students from Evergreen, San Jose.

Consulting

Get a website built today. Cesion has done web consulting for many small businesses.

What is Zuriel?

Learn about Cesion's revolutionary product.

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Businesses

Local Businesses pledge money to public schools, and this money is later unlocked by students on the platform.

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Students

Students get on the platform to solve questions, and by doing so, slowly unlock the money pledged by the businesses. The problems can be assigned by the teachers for homework, as well. Lastly, for solving questions, students earn Zurrency, which allow them to buy prizes at the Zuriel store. A portion of the business pledges go toward backing this virtual currency.

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Schools

Schools will recieve donations from the business as the pledges are unlocked by the students.

Cesion aims to close the achievement gap with Zuriel.

Underfunded schools regularly show lower standards of achievement

  • 7000 students drop out of school every day
  • 1996, the average teacher earned 1.8% less than a similarly educated non-teacher
  • Today, a teahcer earns 17% less than a similarly educated non-teacher

Why is school underfunding an issue?

A big problem that impacts our schools is underfunding. This problem has 3 main impacts. The First is a lack of student motivation. Students in America are less motivated than ever. In fact, 7000 students drop out of school every day; that’s 1.2 million a year. That is an immense amount of brain power that is not reaching the high-level workforce of America. Secondly, teachers are less motivated to teach to their fullest potential due to low salaries. To make matters worse, teachers must use a part of their already low salaries to pay for writing supplies and other classroom essentials. In 1996, the average teacher earned 1.8% less than a similarly educated non-teacher. Now, that gap is 17%. This means that many highly educated people will not want to be teachers. The final impact is the lack of school resources. In neighborhoods, many schools cannot afford technology, tissues, or even textbooks. This leads to teachers having to pay for the students’ learning, multiplying the negative effect of under-funding. This problem won’t solve itself.

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Cesion in the news

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  • Post By .Us
  • Sep 17, 2018

In the early days of every small business, budgets are tight and every opportunity to economize is appreciated. If you’re a small business owner who’s on the lookout for affordable IT assistance, fortunately Cesion Software is here to help...

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  • Post By Admin
  • 25 Jul 2018

Kintone, provider of a no-code application development platform used to quickly connect, organize, and visualize workflows, announced three finalists and seven Very Impactful Persons (VIPs) for their first annual Social Impact Challenge competition today...

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  • Post By Admin
  • 25 Jun 2018

The audience members who came to Kintone’s Social Impact Challenge on August 9 knew they would decide the evening’s winner with a vote. What they didn’t know was they would send five high school students home with over $6,000...

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  • Post By Admin
  • 25 Jun 2018

Zuriel, an application designed by Sodani's team at Cesion Software, aims to increase school funding while encouraging students to improve their academic performance and retention...

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