E-learning for kids is a non-profit organization providing free, fun, curriculum based quality primary education to all children world wide. The foundation was launched in the USA in 2004 and in the Netherlands in 2007.
As founder and chairman, Nick van Dam gives a short introduction of e-learning for kids at Nyenrode Business University. This video is spoken in Dutch.
Prof. dr. Wim Veen (em),
Prof. dr. Nick van Dam,
Founder & Chairman of the Board
Drs. Pieter Boelens
Drs. Quinten Fraai
Director International Support
Director of e-Lesson Development
Ariane van Rossem
Elliott Masie, The MASIE Center
Elliott is an internationally recognized futurist, analyst, humorist and researcher on the critical topics of technology, business, learning and workplace productivity. He heads The MASIE Center, a think tank focused on organizational learning, and is an advisor to a wide range of government, education and non-profit groups.
Elliott selected the foundation as one of two featured nonprofit organizations at Learning 2005. "e-learning for kids is one of the most important education projects of the past twenty years. The reason why has a simple answer – the future. We're living in an increasingly complicated and ever-changing world. We must provide the next generation with the best possible tools for learning. e-learning for kids is dedicated to the future, making online learning available to children and schools – anywhere and without charge," said Masie.
Prof. dr. Allison Rossett (em), San Diego State University
Allison Rossett, Ed.D. is the Professor Emerita of Educational Technology at San Diego State University. Dr. Rossett is also a consultant in training and technology-based performance, a member of the ASTD International Board of Directors and the HRD Hall of Fame, and the author of several books on e-Learning.
A native New Yorker, ping-pong champion in her youth and yo-yo'er in training, Allison has keynoted at conferences and events all over the world.
Impact and ambition
A total number of 56.000.000 courses have been taken in the period from 2014 to 2017.
That total number consists of 40.000.000 offline courses and 16.000.000 online courses.
As many as 12.000.000 children used our course material in the period from 2014 to 2017.
Of those children, 8.00.000 worked offline and 4.000.000 worked online.
The above numbers are based on the information we received from the schools using our course material offline, combined with our Google Analytics statistics.
The shocking truth is that still millions of children in the world are not going to school, and that going to school does not mean they get the proper education. We can provide the chance to make a living. We have the ambition to reach 100 million children in 2025.
Our ambition: 100 million children reached!
Legal status & financials
Legal status of the foundation and Funding
E-learning for kids is both a US 501C(3) non-profit organization as well as certified CBF non-profit foundation in The Netherlands. Also for the Dutch tax authorities, e-learning for kids has the ANBI status.
Funding & Financials
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