Today more than 1.5 billion children are not in school and this unprecedented disruption in education has greatest impact on our youngest generation as every month counts in their developmental phase. There is an urgent demand for innovative content and technology to help meet their educational needs.
Singapore with our widely acknowledged world-class education system supported by our eco-system of online and offline educational companies, can play the pivotal role towards achieving this goal. Already we are seeing nations like Estonia share their nation’s online-educational resources with other COVID-hit countries.
We acknowledge the challenge in bringing together Singapore’s fragmented educational eco-system to offer a holistic and coherent solution. However, current circumstances present the perfect catalyst to potentially unite all these EdTech companies. As online learning becoming the new normal, we see a closer partnership between the public-private education sectors with a social mission dedicated to the advancement of education technology both in Singapore and to be shared with the world.
Driven by ethos as social enterprises and their global aspirations, JULES & ALLiN jointly took the lead to step forward. We are confident that together we can garner the support of all other educational companies towards achieving this objective.
JULES will offer our propriety and award-winning “School of Fish” Digital Literacy online program to any preschool or parents from any country for the rest of the year.
ALLiN will offer our research backed and award-winning “Jnrlink - Multi-sensorial story based language series” to any preschool or parents from any country for the rest of the year.