Every day millions of teenagers visit schools and get new knowledge in order to enter universities and colleges, and then get a good job. Everything fares according to the ordinary and proven social scheme. But for some people literacy is still a luxury which cannot become possible even up to 100 years old. Where the aged students come from, by what they inspire each other and make the society rise in applause – in our new Popsop research.
Particularly, the funds will be spent on educational programmes in the three Asian countries: Indonesia, Nepal and Bangladesh.
Starbucks is helping its US employees get bachelor’s degree though a unique collaboration with Arizona State University (ASU).
Google is teaming up with four top rated design schools—Parsons The New School for Design, Pratt Institute, School of Visual Arts and The Cooper Union—as well as Swedish educational company Hyper Island for a design program titled “30 Weeks.”
A short hand-drawn film narrates the sad story of East African communities where people live on less than $2 a day and whose children have no future.
Tech-powered activism, manifestation of civil equality, smarter philanthropy, reimagined feminism, sharing economy and adapted learning will continue to shape societies across the globe for years ahead.
Every autumn/winter season since 2003, the company donates one euro from each IKEA soft toy purchased during the two-month period, through January 4, to UNICEF and Save the Children.
The new online service allows students to virtually explore various places of interest far away from their physical locations—like famous zoos, aquariums, planetariums, and more.