CEO and management do a good job of making the opportunity seem exciting; fast-paced, growing company with the opportunity to actually make a difference in the education space. Boy was that untrue.
You're paid next to nothing, no benefits while I worked there, low incentives. They would try to have sales contests to boost morale but it just pinned people against the other, and the losers had to do extra work for the winners.
Very high turn over, people would quit or get fired regularly, as they had a policy of no notice. Treated people poorly and on top of it all the product isn't nearly as good as they make it seem, all smoke and mirrors.