Help us build 21st century Learning Labs to bridge students from poor high school education into college and then into the economy.
State-of-the-art learning labs, which pioneer the concept of Mass Personalisation in learning: harnessing the human technology and information technology revolution to bridge students from poor high school education to college and then into the economy.
In South Africa, 85% of young people do not have the opportunity to access university education as their school marks are not good enough, or they do not have sufficient funds to further their studies. This project will create a solution to this massive loss of human capital to the South African economy.
This 21’st Century Education innovation that takes 300-years of outdated education practice to another level and will become the show-case for South African bridging education. Pioneering the modern classroom and showcasing its effectiveness for the most disadvantaged African youth, this project will be a model for Governments and universities throughout Africa.
These labs are based on 10-years of experience in pre-university bridging education, and will systematically and daily build students' skills, using the finest software, e-learning, and personalised educational methods in the world, using in a blended approach, in:
Even for those young people wanting to become entrepreneurs, their base set of skills are so low, that training in entrepreneurship alone is insufficient for them to create successful businesses, where they are unable to write a proper business letter, or solve problems in a systematic way.
Establishment of state-of-the-art learning labs:
Your generous contribution to the 21'st Century Learning Labs will ensure that we meet our goal of $285,000 to provide accessible high quality post-school bridging education and skills training to disadvantaged youth, to keep youth off the streets, and to build a skills base of Math, English, and 25 useful economic, personal, and environmental business and entrepreneurial skills.