Education Has Changed - Can Everyone Start Their Own Online School Now?

Salut Classroom 2.0 fellows,

The short answer is YES! If you want to learn how to start your own online school - visit :)

For those of you who are still trying to figure out what all of this means let me explain...
Supercool School just opened up its platform in an effort to allow everyone to create their own next generation online school.
We want to do for education what blogging has done for publishing - democratize and decentralize it! Check out some examples of how people use Supercool School:

- StartupSchool - A global entrepreneurship school that allows founders to teach other founders
- Nachhilfe 2.0 - A tutoring school that aims to bring down the cost for test prep tutoring in Germany
- Howard Rheingold's School - The famous Howard Rheingold is going to be using Supercool School in the classes he teaches in Berkley & Stanford
- Business Cum Academia - An invite only global campus-based student initiative

There are already over 30 online schools that run on our platform and we're excited to see more innovative use of our technology.
There are a million different online schools that could launch in the next years and we're looking forward to each and every one of them :))!

So here's what you can do to be part of this movement:
- Spread the word (blog about us, tweet, share the link on facebook etc)
- Start your own online school Click here to get started or Take The Tour
- Give us feedback and let us know what you think about this new idea in online education :)

Please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions ...

All the best from San Francisco.



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