YOUTH EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Using a blended learning model, Denari creates world-class education programs in under-resourced communities. We seek educational equity by creating cutting-edge programs for disadvantaged children without regard to race, gender, creed, and religion. Our educational content is sourced from leading universities, education boards, master teachers, creatives, and technologists around the world.
Photo: Early learners work on a literacy activity.
"Early Childhood Education is the key to the betterment of society" -Maria Montessori
Elements is a dynamic, early childhood program that sets a strong foundation for a child's academic, social and emotional success. We focus on efforts on the poorest communities; using research and best practices in three areas:
HeadStart PreK and Universal Child Care
Denari is working to create a network of International, STEM charter schools in the Northeast US region. Our charter schools will be known for premium education and superior enrichment; they will be modeled on best practices of the nation's leading public and charter schools.
Youth enrichment programs engage, inspire children and young adults to create, develop discipline, problem-solving, decision-making skills, and a sense of achievement. Enrichment divides into two subprograms:
Mint is our tech, personal finance, analytics, and consumer mathematics program. Delivered at the middle and high school levels (grades 5-12) with real-life case studies and technological tools, children explore consumer mathematics, philanthropy, credit and debt, investments with dashboard analytics, cryptocurrencies, and mobile applications.
Tipi is a health and environmental program that raises child awareness of the environment, food, energy, water conservation, and the bio-material world. With a rapidly growing population, climate change, and food shortage looming in the future, it also promotes health prevention and nutrition, fitness, and public health education using 3D technologies.
In an ever-changing world of technological advancements, more than 80% of future jobs will be in the STEM field and most of them have not been created yet. The Frontiers Program was co-developed with engineers, researchers, and consultants, Frontiers works with high school students to provide comprehensive workforce development training in digital literacies, project management, and career counseling through a mastery soft skills curriculum.