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University and Basic Education

We're starting a project to empower and enable local teachers and volunteers through collaborative curriculums, directed and advised by experts in mathematics, health, literacy, and science.

Key Questions

  • How do we enable local teachers, teaching assistants, and volunteers to develop a curriculum for students that is informed by community leaders, experts, and who have the most experience in advising/developing children?
  • How do we use the PITF program model and how can we apply it to connecting professors with volunteers/teachers etc.? How to we use this middle management structure to connect University with children in developing nations?
  • How can we encourage local Universities to form PITF programs?