A School in a Box is all you need to provide academic support and extra lessons for up to 100 children, from age 5 to 18 (Grade 1 to Matric in South Africa), in English, maths, science and computer coding. A School in a Box can be used without charging learners, or a small fee can be charged to cover the costs of a facilitator.
Centres using School in a Box
The education crisis in South Africa, where the School in a Box was birthed, shows little sign of abating:
- Over 50% of young adults are unemployed and largely unemployable due to a lack of basic skills
- Our maths and science education continually rate in the bottom 5% of all education systems worldwide.
- Almost 60% of learners who start Grade 1 don’t make matric.
As Johann Rupert said, we are creating “a new generation of slavery”
The School in a Box is designed to assist those in countries across the world who are working to solve this crisis: operators of after care programmes and homework clubs, NGOs working in needy communities, private and public schools, as well as concerned citizens making an effort to help in their own communities.
Current clients include schools, churches and NGOs across South Africa, as well as schools in Zambia.