Study Materials

Updated: Jan 21

Although science is a way of thinking much more than it is a body of knowledge, there are always demand for high-quality scholastic works to help students build a solid foundation in the scientific principles underlying their area(s) of interest.

Unfortunately, the cost of textbooks and other teaching material is still a key barrier that prevents many children from having access to the learning materials they need. Much of the developing world suffers from a paucity of information, resulting in marginalization and disadvantages. In addition to the fact society has, by definition, to take care of its weakest, investments in children and early childhood education generate exponentially human capital. This, in turn, accelerates economic growth through the spillover effect so strongly that it is not even worth mentioning other investment targets. If we look at in the long run, moral and economic aspects do not have any conflict of interest. It is clearly in the interests of both that children grow into well-behaved and productive members of society. Thus, while preparing study materials, we will specifically focus on languages used in the developing world to disseminate latest information to the students of developing areas of our planet.

Please be informed that we are currently looking for Press Officers who speak and write fluently Mandarin Chinese, Hindi, Standard Arabic, Indonesian, Bengali, German, Italian and Russian. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further details.

Best regards,

Anssi H. Manninen 21/01/2021

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