Aimed at helping children grow up with confidence, composure and dignity, Adream Foundation focuses on Competency-based Education and promotes Equity in Education. In practice, we systematically provide schools with the “Adream Center” system, which aggregates educational products and services for philanthropic purposes, so that children, whether in remote villages or cities, can explore the much wider world and richer life possibilities based on a true knowledge of the self unraveled.
The essence of education is to help children find their passion!
As people’s basic physical needs are met (food, clothing, etc.), differential access to a quality education becomes the next significant element of social inequality. The inequitable distribution of education funding in China has resulted in differential access to socioeconomic opportunities across different sections of the population. And even as dilapidated classrooms and worn-out equipment are replaced through government-funded renovations (or wholesale reconstruction), we still witness an education system that stifles children’s love of learning. Overall, we observe that the current education system in impoverished areas is dominated by narrow viewpoints, a problem exacerbated by a subpar social environment. We hope to use our experience in business management to weave a dream: developing innovative and interesting teaching methods and interactive class experiences so that children in both urban and rural areas can truly enjoy the learning process.
To help our children grow up with confidence, poise and dignity!
Adream endeavors to address inequalities in China’s education sector through its projects and services, collectively known as the “Adream Center” network. Our network serves underprivileged children in rural areas and urban inner-cities, and seeks to cultivate their sense of self-awareness and confidence, so that they can forge and embrace a future of possibilities. We believe that philanthropy should empower beneficiaries with the ability to forge their own opportunities rather than just providing them with physical goods. In other words, we aim to teach a man to fish rather than give him one.