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September 2013: German Start-Up Transforms Education

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

September 2013: German Start-Up Transforms Education

k.lab Berlin is an exciting start-up that is developing web-based applications for the education sector. The team hopes to change the educational process by creating tools that make teaching and learning easier, more effective, and more enjoyable. K.lab's goal is to leverage modern technologies to help teachers and students get better results from their daily routines.

The young Berlin-based company has a sustainable growth model dedicated to implementing meaningful ideas for a higher quality education. One of their first products is the online platform meinUnterricht.de - a tool for high school teachers. As a web application and search engine for high quality teaching materials from renowned German publishers, it features a virtual desk, where teachers can access, organize, and edit their material to prepare their classes. The web platform, which includes a secure cloud service, offers teachers immediate, unrestricted access to all the teaching materials they need at any time.

More than 17,000 teachers form Germany and beyond are using meinUnterricht.de to prepare their classes. Earlier this summer K.lab visited New York to evaluate future opportunities for adapting its technology in the United States.

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