The World’s First Gamified App for Teachers

One of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals is all about ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education for all. Teachers play a critical role when it comes to providing educational opportunities and improving student performance. However, according to a study by UNESCO, the world needs almost 69 million new teachers to provide quality and universal primary and secondary education by 2030. But just having more teachers isn’t enough – they need ongoing training and support to excel.

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Based in Bangalore, India, Guru-G is addressing this global shortage of high-quality teachers with its affordable and accessible intelligent mentor in the form of a gamified app. Using the app, teachers discover better tools and lesson plans to enhance a child’s learning experience. Guru-G already works with over 1,000 schools and over 9,000 teachers to reach over 250,000 students across India. Their long-term goal: reach every teacher in the world.

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Brittany Lane

Brittany Lane

Brittany is the global editor of Unreasonable.is, which exists to drive resources and value to entrepreneurs around the world solving big f*$ckin' problems. She believes lasting change happens at the intersection of entrepreneurship and empathy and that good storytelling can move mountains.