EveryMatrix launches new Kids Academy hubs in Romania

EveryMatrix launches new Kids Academy hubs in Romania

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EveryMatrix has launched two brand new educational venues in Romania dedicated to Romanian children which comes as a part of its corporate social responsibility initiative called Kids Academy. The project already has three existing centres in Bucharest and are all run in collaboration with the Romanian Child Protective Services.

These initiatives hope to provide children in Romania who are at social risk with easy access to good education, as EveryMatrix’s full-time teachers tutor these children in different subjects including English, Maths and even Computer Science.

Since its 2015 launch, the project has helped out more than 200 students aged between 8 and 15 years old. Its aim is to aid these kids in pursuing their studies and eventually getting into higher education and preventing them from dropping out early on in their academic life.

EveryMatrix has stated that the program is operated on a basis where investment into education is able to surpass social limitations and hurdles and help educate young children, providing them with better opportunities in the long run.

EveryMatrix CEO Ebbe Groes remarked:

“We have been dedicated to supporting educational causes since 2015. Kids Academy is a project I value very much and seeing the impact it had over the years makes our team here very happy. The activity in the two new centres will make it possible to aid even more children. Our teachers provide much-needed support and help the pupils have better paths in life.”

Kids Academy has been offering continuous support to the beneficiaries as they provide online classes and live workshops which take place at the HQ, as well as tutoring since March of last year when all schools and academic centres in Romania adopted the online system.

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