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Empowering students and teachers through community created educational resources

Serlo Education

location_on Germany is a free learning platform offering bespoke learning experiences in the classroom and beyond. By enhancing self-directed learning in students, allows teachers to devote their classes to supporting students individually as challenges arise. The resources on the platform are co-created by a community of students and teachers and accessible free of charge for anyone.

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Updated on February 1st, 2021
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Helping every student fulfil their potential

What we do? provides students with the means to learn and practice at their own pace with the methods suited to them. Applied at home, this allows students to prepare for classes and revise for tests with additional high quality educational resources - irrespective of their parents' income. Applied in school, empowers students to take on an active role in shaping their learning experience, and allows teachers to devote their time and energy to support their students individually when they hit challenges in their learning path or practice.

Why we do it?
In Germany and many other places in the world, educational chances are strongly tied to the parents' academic and socioeconomic standing. With the platform we help to create an environment that enables every student to unfold her or his potential through individualised learning and personal support.


Achievements & Awards

March 2019
McKinsey Conducted Impact Study Endorses
September 2018
Ashoka Fellowship for Serlo-Founder
May 2016
OER Award for Greatest Impact
September 2014 2.0 Release
September 2013
Vision Summit Award
September 2010 Platform Launch
October 2009
Two high-school students found

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