Students are excited by Eye Level’s CSR initiative as the firm gives its instructional materials and services.

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By Education Today

Posted on July 21, 2022


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Providing educational services is one of Eye Level’s CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) initiatives as it marks its tenth year. Beginning in July, there will be a special chance for pupils who require a private basic education but cannot pay it.

This initiative benefits more than 200 students in the US, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The kids’ arithmetic and English skills are assessed by Eye Level teachers who have received specialised training for tailored coaching, and coaching is given at each student’s eye level. The foundational principle of the company is to educate every child at his or her own rate and level. Students get better English and math abilities and increase their motivation to learn thanks to this individualised learning help. Eye Level will keep empowering all kids to learn to read, add, and subtract while also continuing to promote CSR activities for students, particularly in areas where there is an Eye Level learning centre.

For pupils between the ages of 4 and 15, Eye Level is a leader in the world of mathematics and English programmes. Each child has untapped potential for greatness, according to Eye Level, which places a high focus on academic attainment and opens the way to success. Each student will have access to level-appropriate books, worksheets, readers, extra practise problems, online games, and other support tools, depending on their level.