Jakob Friedrich Klemm (1733-1793) was a German parish priest in Tübingen who was keenly interested in the pedagogical approach to children’s education and who strongly advocated for comprehensive reforms of the German school system. He founded the new Secondary school in Germany (Realschule) and published educational books on Latin, Hebrew, and geography.

Klemm is perhaps most famous for his Neuer Atlas für die Jugend (1782), which is among the first school atlases ever produced and has been attributed to the invention of cartographic puzzles.

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