We are the largest educational non-governmental organisation in Poland. We cooperate with 40 thousand teachers and headteachers from 10 thousand schools in the whole country. We bring to school new teaching methods and topics that are important for civic society.
We inspire changes that help schools teach more effectively. Thanks to them young people engage in their education and better cope with the challenges of the modern world.
– educational programs for teachers, headteachers and schools (each of them takes 3 to 12 months),
– workshops that develop the competencies of teaching personnel.
We also offer conferences, webinars and didactic materials which could be used on a daily basis.
We have been operating for 28 years. We have been repeatedly awarded for our activities and achievements, including the Ministry of National Education’s badge of honour 'For Merits to Education’ and the title 'Pro Publico Bono Institution’.
We run an accredited national teacher training institution and a publishing house.
are cooperating with us!
It is already one in two schools in Poland
of working in schools
create our programmes.
teachers and headteachers
we train within one year
confirm that their relationship
with their students has changed for the better
as a result of our programmes
Programs that encourage male and female students to do the following: volunteerism, self-governance and entrepreneurship at school and in the community. These programs are: „School of democracy,” „Youth in action,” „Young entrepreneurs,” and „Volunteerism at school.”
Programs in which schools introduce activating teaching methods, formative assessment and develop teacher cooperation, changing the culture of school work. These programs are „Learning school” and „School for the innovator.”
Cultural and media education programs, in which we support teachers in developing critical thinking in young people. We also encourage conscious participation in and creation of culture. These programs are: „School of creative practices,” and „Night of Libraries.”
Programs that help build good relationships in the classroom based on respect for diversity and help teachers address difficult topics with young people. These programs are: „Inclusion is the key” and „The school of openness.”
Programs that explain the world of local, national and European politics to young people and encourage them to become involved in public life. These programs are „Youth vote” and „I teach history and the present.”
Global and environmental education programs that explain to young people how the modern world works, how to responsibly care for it, the environment and each other. These programs are: „Global school” and „Ecological school.”
It equally builds the subjectivity of female and male students, provides knowledge and develops competences.
It takes into account the whole school experience and cares about the wellbeing of the principal, the teacher and the student.
It relies on students’ natural curiosity, interest and deep learning rather than mechanical memorisation and reproduction.
It also teaches through questioning and action, particularly educational projects.
Listens to and amplifies the voice of male and female students. It builds their social engagement and civic responsibility.
It treats exams as a summary of young people’s achievements, rather than as a sense of its functioning.
Uses assessment to support learning instead of punishment and reward.
It works effectively, thanks to the competence, commitment and professionalism of headteachers and teachers. It gives them trust and flexibility.