Kenya similarly has an Exploratory Education Restoration solution. In the first phase “Model School, One Campus, and One Community”, we are building a GEAC-sponsored private Montessori Model School with progressive levels from elementary, middle to high school, in partnership with the immediate communities made up of families and others who support the idea of integrating community and school.
Both parents and children will receive free education and be taught life skills that will enable them to be self-sufficient. The project in addition to creating Exploratorium learning environments has a food forest farm that act as both a learning platform for permaculture and source of organic food to the community.
Blended Learning in Satellite Campuses and Micro Schools.
The incremental Phase two of the education restoration project focuses on Blended Learning in Satellite Campuses and Micro Schools. An appendage of GEAC-sponsored private Montessori Model School. We will setup the necessary infrastructure, acquire equipment, training of teachers, and assimilate blended learning models in satellite and micro-schools with a population of between 150 -300 learners with a radius of less or equal 10 kilometers to each other.
This will also in-cooperate practical skills training of learners and the whole community members a precursor to a more robust vocational training center in future projects. We foresee the restoration of leaner based learning firmly embedded on creating a whole person in contrast to the current academic curriculum.