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Think Education engages schools and their stakeholders (proprietors, administrators, teaching and non-teaching staff, students, parents, community) to identify areas of improvement and work towards developing and implementing systems and solutions that fit their contexts in 5 key areas.
Setting goals and defining what schools want to achieve with regards to their students’ success, and how they plan to get there.
Program & Project Development
Developing new programs and redesigning existing ones meant to boost students' development and achievement
Developing and implementing policies and procedures to ensure that teaching and non-teaching staff work towards effectively meeting the needs of students in a way that is consistent with the goals and objectives of the school.
Organisational & School Culture Development
Assisting schools to create an environment that provides a sense of identity, helps shape standards and patterns of behaviour, creates distinct ways of doing things and determines the direction for future growth.
Financial Planning & Business Development
Developing and implementing growth opportunities through digital and traditional marketing, fundraising and building strategic partnerships.
Planning and implementing a financial plan, to manage finances and better allocate budgets.
Are you a school owner or administrator?
Does your school serve a low or lower-middle-income community?
Does your school need support in any of our key areas of support?