With a view to wellbeing and effective leadership, we have combined forces with well-known organizations to launch in Pakistan for the first time an evidence-based, comprehensive improvement model. It will equip students
or decades United Nations and countries in the developed parts of the world struggled with the notion of “education of all” and spent billions of resources and funds to reduce illiteracy and supported less fortunate nations. However, successful in most of their endeavors, the idea of access to equal opportunities to learning and basic training faced challenges in conjoining mainstream literacy with the demands of that country. While public institutions in Pakistan serving our kids promise literacy, the content and facilities are outdated and under-resourced. Here, Excel Schools Network came forward as my passion project to bridge that gap and expand learning communities in Pakistan by facilitating them with the top-notch tech tools to prepare for required skills of changing times. At ESN, our students will get an integrated knowledge of existing learning areas and emerging issues to understand the process and complexities of solving real-life problems.