In partnership with the government we are implementing the EIDU learning platform as a “turn-key service” model. This means EIDU is building government capacity by providing extensive support during the first year of implementation in public schools.
As a first stage and in cooperation with local county governments, the EIDU learning platform is implemented in public pre-primary schools, benefitting both students and teachers:
- Students have access to digital personalized learning content in math and literacy from our partner onebillion that is synchronized to their in-class curriculum
- Teachers have access to the digitized Tayari, the structured pedagogy program developed by RTI International and the Kenyan government, including digital lesson plans amongst other pedagogic tools
All content is fully aligned to the new Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) and is approved by the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD).
We are on track to reach 300,000 pre-primary students by the end of 2023 and plan to cover all of Kenya’s 2+ million public pre-primary students by 2025. In parallel and with the cooperation from the national government, we are preparing to kick-start the implementation in early grades of public primary schools.
EIDU’s goal in Kenya is to serve all 12+ million public pre-primary and primary students across the country by 2027, making Kenya the first country in the world to have a fully digitized education system.