Moodle, on the other hand has 60 million users on the web and countless others on LANs in schools and educational communities around the world. Moodle has been building courses for teachers and students for a decade and teachers only need to know how to use a browser once someone installs Moodle on a server running MySQL and PHP. Heck, there are 6 million courses already existing using Moodle.
I used Moodle for several years in my computer labs, allowing me to teach a dozen courses at once. I marked students work in real time and gave them private feedback in seconds. At reporting time, a few clicks produced a spreadsheet which I weighted as necessary and instantly had marks for the class. Of course it was long hours of work to prepare a dozen courses every day but that’s what the rest of the day is about.
In many parts of the world, expertise and servers are in short supply so Moodle somewhere in the jurisdiction was a powerful tool to maximize the benefit of a server and of a teacher. It is used all over the world doing a great job.
Google, if you want to support education, don’t re-invent Moodle, improve it. Host Moodle on your servers and promote it. It would be faster and easier for everyone.
Best of all, Moodle is a package in the Debian repositories so a few clicks installs it on any server or PC running Debian GNU/Linux. If you don’t run Debian GNU/Linux your distro might have it or you can download and install it. Many school division install Moodle on a central server and give teachers accounts.