Educate for Economic Growth

Economic Growth is one of our three pillars of our Educational Curriculum.
Looking through the influence of Education on Economic Growth, we look into certain components and through activities and programs we enhance those qualities and abilities to impact the society in the long term.

We look into how to benefit and grow the economy in both a macroeconomic and a microeconomic way.

In Macroeconomics, looking at the Solow Model, the short term economic growth is due to increase in capital, labor and population growth while in the long term it looks at technological progress and human capital(skill, productivity)

We look into such factors to organize activities and programs. Here, rather than the short term growth we look into the long term growth, to enhance technology, skills and productivity

Technological innovation and knowledge
We value the curiosity of children, and we believe that as many children already have electronic devices, creating programs to enhance their skills, to efficiently and effectively use those resources is important to look into new technological innovations and progresses.

Human Capital:Skill
Talking with many professionals, we look into what kinds of skills people lack, and using literacy rates and functional literacy rates, we aim to raise the comprehension skill, along with many other fundamental and technical skills.Being professional in one thing is important but to a certain extent, having basic knowledge of a broad range of things is always another strength. We want to share different opportunities so that more students can be well rounded.

Human Capital: Productivity
Increasing productivity is another important element when it comes to increasing the human capital, and the total productivity of a society. We look into aspects of communication, collaboration, time management, rather than technical skills, and know-hows, we want to enhance the possibility and productivity of people to be more efficient and effective.