Did you know?
Education helps improve mental health
The mental health of the World's children and adolescents is systematically an underdeveloped resource and has value in it's own right, and children and adolescents should not only be seen as future adults but developing "mental capital".
Did you know that as a parent you can make all the difference to your child's communication skills? By spending time with your children, speaking and reading with them you can really help them to develop key literacy skills. We invite you to participate in one of the many "E1 Granting Success" nationwide events coming to your community.
Economically very cost-effective
Favorable cost to benefit ratio
Early learning with high-quality technologies like the E1 Chromebook by Sector 5 strengthens social-emotional coping, cognition and school grades, having the strongest effects on disadvantaged children and reduces social inequality in health. Early learning may help to compensate for negative home environments and has a remarkably high impact on good mental health, a major impact on multiple outcomes later in life, including educational outcomes and employement.
Quality of education and "E1 Granting Success"
© Sector 5/ Sun Valley School, CO Sector 5 is enabling children to achieve their full potential with the E1 Chromebook, an affordable educational device for all schools and districts across the Nation, including the most impoverished and underprivileged students of all decrees.
For too many children, though, school is not always a positive experience. Some endure difficult conditions, like missing or inadequate teaching materials or makeshift sanitation facilities. Others lack competent teachers and appropriate curricula. Still others may be forced to contend with discrimination, harassment and even violence. These conditions are not conducive to learning or development, and no child should have to experience them.
Access to education that is of poor quality is tantamount to no education at all. There is little point in providing the opportunity for a child to enrol in school if the quality of the education is so poor that the child will not become literate or numerate, or will fail to acquire critical life skills.
Sector 5 together with UNICEF is profoundly committed to securing safe, rights-based, quality education for each and every child, irrespective of his or her circumstances.
Quality education is education that works for every child and enables all children to achieve their full potential. With this in mind, a rights-based, comprehensive educational model has been created by UNICEF – Child Friendly Schools – that embraces a multi-dimensional concept of quality and addresses the total needs of the child as a learner. Child Friendly Schools are now the major means through which Sector 5 advocates for and promotes quality with equity in education.
Education and Poverty - excellent ROI
Education is the key to helping children and adults too, to realize their greatest potentials in societies. Education helps to open doors to the job market and even more impactful, to learn how to create a meaningful job for yourself and/or create jobs for others too.
We are currently updating our calendar and adding new events to enrich our youth and empower parents and teachers alike.