Scoolio launches learning platform for homeschooling
In order to relieve state learning platforms, the Dresden-based start-up Scoolio has now directly launched its own.
Scoolio has programmed its own homeschooling platform. There, teachers and students can exchange information, send files back and forth and write tests. "Students, parents, and teachers are highly frustrated," founder and CEO Danny Roller tells Founderella. "Very often we get feedback from our users that their schools' tech infrastructure is disastrous and has barely improved since the initial lockdown." In December and January, there were also increased reports that Saxony's learning platform Lernsax was apparently the victim of cyberattacks. Therefore, the official platform of the Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs was temporarily not usable at all.
The learning platform by Scoolio is supposed to be free of charge. Schools have to register via schulen.scoolio.de. This means that the start-up now offers a web-based platform in addition to the previous organisation app for pupils. Both can be linked together.
Just in December, Scoolio was able to close its third round of financing and received one million euros. The start-up's investors are RBB Management, SIB Innovations- und Beteiligungsgesellschaft and Technologiegründerfonds Sachsen.
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