Seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady has invested in virtual learning software Class Technologies. The quarterback’s investment was part of a $12.25 million funding round raised by Class.
Other investors in the round include Sound Venues and Marc Benioff, the CEO of Salesforce. Class is a software that can be integrated into Zoom to enhance the digital classroom. Teachers can use the platform to take attendance, track participation, hand out assignments, grade work, or talk one-on-one with a student. Class has raised more than $58 million over the last 12 months.