WE ARE A MEXICAN ONG THAT PROMOTES THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEXICO THROUGH HIGH QUALITY NON-PROFIT EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS.

Did you know that…?

Did you know that…?

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Mean years of education in Mexico = 8.8

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Only 4 out of 10 Mexican students complete high school

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Secondary school enrollment rates are almost 20% less than primary school  

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Only 11.3% (= 3.5m of 31m) students attend private school in Mexico

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Quality of primary school within the overall education system is between 32-33% out of 100%.

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The poorest children in Vietnam show higher academic achievement than the richest students in Mexico.

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Almost half of all 6th grade students work, resulting in lower achievement than their fellow classmates who do not work.

WE WANT TO 

improve the lives of the children in Mexico, giving them access to a high quality education, with an international vision; excellent teachers, and academic spaces conducive to learning.

to build 

A world in which all Mexican children will have access to high quality international education.

REALITY IN MEXICO

 

  • Lack of funding and investment in infrastructure to build high achieving public schools or affordable private schools in order to reach the majority of the population.
  • Human capital deficiency in education – lack of experienced and/or qualified teachers.
  • Constant pressure for youth to work rather than complete their education.

REALITY IN MEXICO

 

  • Lack of funding and investment in infrastructure to build high achieving public schools or affordable private schools in order to reach the majority of the population.
  • Human capital deficiency in education – lack of experienced and/or qualified teachers.
  • Constant pressure for youth to work rather than complete their education.

MEXICO

Ranked 69th on the Human Capital Index Report, which measures education level and formal education.

Ranked last in education among the 35 countries evaluated by the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development).

Almost half of all 15-year old students failed to meet the most basic standards in mathematics, science and literacy.

Challenges to the current education system

Challenges to the current education system

COST

Geographic and financial access for all

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Quality of teaching and learning

Goals set by the Secretary of Public Education of Mexico

 

  • As of 2012, it is compulsory for all children to finish their high school degree.
  • All Mexican children should be bilingual within the next 20 years.

goal

Provide access to a high quality, international educational model for all Mexican children through a NON-PROFIT organization.

goal

Provide access to a high quality, international educational model for all Mexican children through a NON-PROFIT organization.

BRIDIGING THE EDUCATION GAP IS WHAT MAKES THE EDUPAM MODEL DIFFERENT

BRIDIGING THE EDUCATION GAP IS WHAT MAKES THE EDUPAM MODEL DIFFERENT

STUDENTS

  • Well-researched, multicultural, international, bilingual curriculum focusing on creativity and developing executive functioning
  • Social emotional learning program
  • International, experiences that provide students with a broader multicultural, global view
  • Charge reasonable tuition fees and offer scholarships

 

TEACHERS

  • Invest in and encourage opportunities for in-service professional development
  • Support teachers in attaining a Master’s degree in Education
  • Offer competitive salaries and benefits packages

OPERATIONS

  • EDUPAM, a non-profit organization, will oversee the management of schools
  • All schools will be secular
  • Use of economy of scale model to keep operation costs low
  • NGO staff includes seasoned personnel with high-level supervisory skills and vast years of experience in education
  • Gain formal international school accreditation
  • Tuition between 1,500-3,500 pesos

changing liVes

Our affordable schools will help children from low-income Mexican families gain access to a high quality education in a positive learning environment.

We are focused on guaranteeing an international education program that puts its students, teachers and families at the center and the teaching-learning process within an economically smart and sustainable framework.

Be part of this big story. You can support this project by becoming a part of the board of directors, committing to help fundraise, being a founding donor, investing in fixed assets, giving in-kind donations, opening an EDUPAM school or funding a scholarship for a Mexican child.

Ways to support EDUPAM

yearly scholarship

$36,000 MXN

Class or Therapy

$400 MXN

Donate Computer to Charity

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN EDUCATION IN MEXICO

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Change lives with your support
JOIN OUR JOURNEY!

We Work Midtown

Av Adolfo López Mateos Nte 95

Italia Providencia, 44648

Guadalajara, Jalisco, México.