Kids Academy Association is a project started in 2015 and became a non-governmental organization that focuses on helping children from disadvantaged families. The aim of this association is to provide access to quality education for children aged between 7 and 18 who come from resource-limited backgrounds.
Among the programs offered by the Kids Academy Association are courses in computer science, mathematics, and English, as well as various extracurricular activities that help children develop useful skills and competencies for their future. These programs are carried out with the help of dedicated employees and partners of the organization.
Kids Academy has now changed its name to Teachstream Association to better reflect the vision and mission of the organization. Through this change, the organization aims to expand its actions and become a larger source of learning and development for children in disadvantaged communities.
In conclusion, Kids Academy was a non-governmental organization that focused on helping disadvantaged children through education programs and extracurricular activities with outstanding results and now operates under the name of Teachstream Association, having the same mission to support children in their development and education.
How It Started
The mission of this project is to break these kids from their social heritage by providing them access to things that wouldn’t otherwise be available to them in normal circumstances: computers, tablets, smartphones and knowledge. We want these children to be able to access higher grade education and become an inspiration for their community.
In order to establish a greater bond between us and the children and in the same time give them the vision of what they can achieve, the children visit our company on a regular basis and are being involved in activities that can further open new doors in their development. Given the good progress and considering the needs of these children we expanded the project further, by starting similar Math and English teaching programs in these centers. The continuous progress and good results are just an incentive for further expansion both to new centers and new activities.