Thank you so much for your dedication to making the education of every child a reality. We also want to pass our special thanks for the Laptop Computers donation which is going to be beneficial to the students as they start the Mobile Distance Learning.
DIRECTOR, ALPHA AND OMEGA CHILDREN’S MINISTRY, UGANDA
I cannot thank enough the volunteers who work with us and teaching kids English. They make a huge difference in the lives of kids here in Colombia
ENGLISH TEACHER, MARIA CANO SCHOOL
Thank you! Your support means an immediate solution to the unsustainable lack in the institution, and students now can better leverage information technology to improve their skills and knowledge.
PRINCIPAL OF HIGH SCHOOL LICEO LIBERTADOR MERIDA
The COVID-19 outbreak has closed many businesses and impacted many people in our state. To help with the current situation, JAAS Foundation is redirecting its funds to help Washington residents impacted by the current situation.
If you are WA state resident and economically impacted by current situation, you are eligible for a cash grant from JAAS Foundation Apply here
CREATING PATHWAYS OUT OF POVERTY BY CLOSING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE
The Jane and Aleksey Sinyagins Foundation (JAAS Foundation) provides kids worldwide with opportunities to build a foundation for their future by engaging them in free educational activities powered by state-of-the-art e-Learning technologies.
Distant Teaching and Mobile Learning Platform
Knowledge and education are the basics of economic opportunity. Giving children access to basic education from a young age is critical for the success of any country. The JAAS Foundation has constructed an online portal that provides free e-Learning materials for ESL students in both US and global community. By augmenting school activities with powerful e-Learning technologies, we strive to provide free educational support to every child around the globe.
The Internet plays an integral part in people’s lives throughout the world. In developing countries, the lack of digital literacy holds them back from many opportunities. Simply placing a computer in a classroom isn’t enough. The JAAS Foundation reaches out to schools and educational institutions in struggling communities to offer them digital literacy training. In some instances, the schools we support launch computer clubs. These clubs give students access to the Internet and e-Learning tools outside of classroom sessions. Clubs like these also run free community outreach sessions for adults as well.
In the poorest global communities, computers and Internet connections are minimal at best. We provide targeted grants to schools and institutions who share our vision and mission. These grants range from covering expenses associated with internet connectivity to providing basic equipment such as computers, printers, projectors and content access point (CAP) devices.