Quality of education is now the highest priority in preparing children for the 21st century.

 

Only one-third of the world has achieved the goal of education for all, with only half of the countries attaining universal primary enrolment. Globally, children from the poorest households are five times more likely to be out of school than those from the wealthiest.

Our low-cost, quality scalable schooling model has made us the world’s largest provider of private secular education. We follow a holistic approach to lifelong learning, addressing educational needs from early childhood to higher academic levels. We partner with governments to support their efforts in reaching the unreached and creating nationwide systemic change.


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WHAT WE DO

 
 
 

HOW WE DO IT

 
 

Independent thinking

Students learn an enterprising mindset and how to think for themselves.

Learning beyond textbooks

Co-curricular activities that help develop cognitive and social skills.

Wider support for education

Teacher training, community centres, mobile libraries and interactive digital content.

Floating schools in remote areas

Bring classrooms to children in hard-to-reach areas in Bangladesh and Philippines.
 

Safe spaces

Enable young people to socialise, learn valuable life skills and access finance.

Quality, curriculum and material development

Values education, climate change education and comprehensive assessments for students and teachers.

ICT in education

Developed interactive multimedia digital content for 21 primary textbooks in partnership with the ICT division of Government of Bangladesh.

Inclusiveness

Adapting curriculums and learning methods to ensure education is accessible to all, including children living with disabilities, and children of indigenous communities.
 

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