Bridge International Academies has pledged to keep helping children in underserved and marginalised areas access good schools and high quality education.
Bridge CEO Jay Kimmelman said: “I am pleased that Bridge is an education partner in Kenya, building capacity and capability in education and technology. In the 21st century, technology has become an enabler of better schooling and development across the globe.”
Parliamentary Education Committee chairperson Sabina Chege was delighted by the innovation on display by Bridge Academies. “If there is use of technology, achieving quality performance and making it possible for more children to attend school, then this is something that should be emulated and supported,” she said.