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Andre Agassi dropped out of school in the 9th grade to pursue his tennis career. He turned professional at age 16 and went on to become a world champion. But he deeply regretted the fact that he didn’t have a quality education. This belief - that nothing has a greater impact on a child's life than the education they receive - led him to establish a charter school for underprivileged children in a disadvantaged area of his home-town of Las Vegas. Opening in 2001 with year 3-5 students, the Andre Agassi ... read full article


Education - a three way partnership

Great to see education being innovated on the convention front and the technological front! Education success is a mindset that requires a team effort, such that we surround the student with motivation and support for success. I think students have a better chance now that we understand the psychology of success and with online maths help and offline maths support from teachers, parents, and educators - we have a fighting chance of increasing the quality of education for this generation.

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