Access to formal education varies around the world. But children’s capacity to learn remains limitless if they are able to work in groups to solve a problem.
This was the discovery of TED Prize-winning Professor Sugata Mitra. And it’s what drives our work to support children from all social backgrounds to tap into their innate sense of wonder.
How you can help us make a difference
From Inuit populations in Greenland to indigenous tribes in the Indian jungle, we’ve supported children whose needs are as diverse as their locations.
Barely an hour goes by without someone in the world using this approach to learning. To date it has reached six continents, with 1,900 registered users and many more trying it on an informal basis.
Support for university research can help us to build on these firm foundations, inspiring a future of learning that knows no economic or social boundaries.
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