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About us

We are a non-profit organization that unites the experience, passion, and will of renowned international educators and psycho-pedagogical specialists, who came together to contribute and build new educational possibilities for children and young people in situations of vulnerability inside Mexico.

Our actions

We design and implement educational models for communities with educational gaps that contribute to the comprehensive development of children and youth in Mexico.

Our mission:

Provide high-quality education to children and young people in vulnerable situations in Mexico to encourage them to become healthy, and informed citizens who contribute in a globalized world.

Our vision:

Build synergy between non-profit organizations, government programs, students, teachers, and parents to co-build a more equitable school model that addresses both; access and educational quality.

Community learning centers

Scholar Extensions

We promote education equity for students in vulnerable situations inside Mexico. Seeking to generate socio-emotional and academic resilience for themselves and their families.


In our schools we provide bilingual, accessible and international education for preschool, elementary school, middle school and high school.

Support for other initiatives and public schools

We create alliances with different institutions for our Community Learning Centers.


Quintana Roo

During the 2021-2022 school year, EDUPAM developed a Community Learning Center in Quintana Roo. Through the pilot stage of the program, we reintegrated 45 students into formal education.

Baja California Norte

In Baja California Norte, the program currently has two sites within public schools. Teachers who are part of the program participate by giving two extra hours of class from Monday through Thursday focused on literacy or ESL and receive four hours of professional development and coaching weekly. 


During the 2021-2022 school year, EDUPAM positively impacted the lives of:

  • 95 students within our systemic and intensive programs.
  • 160 students by increasing the impact of teacher practice. 

Our impact goal for 2022-2023 is to increase our impact:

  • One model school in Tijuana with 350 students.
  • 1470 students by increasing the impact of teacher practices.
  • 1455 parents by increasing parent involvement and workshops.  

Our programs

Tijuana, Baja California
Community learning center that offers a safe space to provide complementary education with programs in science, technology, art, engineering, mathematics, among others subjects. As well as regularization classes for English and Spanish languages.
Tecate, Baja California
Community learning center that offers a safe space to provide complementary education with school tutoring, reading , writing and language programs for elementary grades. As well as regularization classes for English and Spanish languages.


Puerto Aventuras, Quintana Roo
Community learning center that offers a safe space to provide formal education, endorsed by INEA. With school tutoring programs, reading, writing, mathematics, science, risk behavior prevention workshops for elementary, middle and high school children.
Redes que Educan

Proximamente/Coming soon...

Tlajomulco, Jalisco
Proximamente/Coming soon...
Proceso pacífico
Ante los crecientes índices de violencia e impunidad que se viven en nuestro país, podemos responder desde muchos frentes. Uno de ellos es el de una ciudadanía comprometida que construye día a día el futuro que sueña.
Inscríbete al Diplomado de Construcción de Paz 2022 🕊impulsado por Proceso pacífico A.C, Edupam A.C. y la Universidad de Guadalajara.
📌Modalidad: semipresencial
📅Ciclo: del 26 de agosto al 10 de diciembre 2022
-*Módulo 1: Ser humano.
-*Módulo 2: Ser ciudadano y hacer la paz.
-*Módulo 3: Ser presente y reconocer la historia.
-*Módulo 4: Ser pacífico y resolver conflictos.
-*Módulo 5: Ser innovador y crear alternativas.
💰Formas de pago:
-Inscripción: $1000.00mx
-4 de Julio: $2,980.00mx
-4 de Agosto: $2,980.00mx
*Validado por la UDG, cuenta con valor curricular*
📧Informes con Odette Ramírez Noriega: odette@edupam.org
33 3559 4499



  • Mexico has an average of 8.8 years of schooling.

  • Only 4 out of 10 Mexican students finish their high school.

  • Immigrant children are 1.4 times more vulnerable than a non-immigrant child and they are 3.2 times more likely to be out of school compared to a non-immigrant child.

    • The closure of schools and other learning spaces has affected 94% of the world’s student population, up to 99% in low- and lower-middle-income countries.

WHY join our cause?


  • With the COVID-19 pandemic and the migratory return of thousands of Mexicans, communities need support to reopen, rebuild, integrate and restructure education.

  • In Mexico there are many closed schools. And the recent cancellation of full-time schools.

  • It is necessary to generate complementary spaces for the public school to guarantee that girls, boys and young people are developing in safe, comprehensive and coexistence environments.

  • The research and technical support center will positively impact the practices of thousands of teachers and has a rigorous monitoring system for the evaluation of our programs.

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    Going to school is not enough; boys, girls and adolescents have the right to learn.
    - Cármen López

    Head of Education of UNICEF Mexico

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