Free Education


One of our principal programs is "Education Program" that aims to provide free of cost international standard education to the under-privileged children from the disadvantaged families. There are currently around 2500 students studying in 13 schools and 1 orphanage across Bangladesh.

Education system
We have given special focus on English language since we believe English is one of the most important factors in getting a decent job in the competitive job market, and accessing global opportunities. We are developing our own syllabus blended with international and national curriculum.

Currently, JAAGO Foundation Schools have three levels of Schooling: the Pre-Primary level is from Reception class to Kindergarten. The Primary level is from Class 1 to Class-5 and the Secondary Level includes Class 6 to Class 10. The students attend Primary Education Completion (PEC) examination after finishing Class 5, Junior School Certificate (JSC) examination after completing Class-8 and Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination after completing Class-10. School academic year consists of two terms: Half Yearly and Final Term.

Watch the amazing journey of our first batch of students

Research and Development

Our research and development team continuously works for developing a global curriculum which is learner centric, interactive, and a need based program. Thus the whole system is divided into - teaching learning materials and supplementary materials based on our designed hybrid curriculum. According to this curriculum we select textbooks and design syllabi.

Teacher’s training

JAAGO Foundation wants to equip its teachers by training and facilitating them in order to help them ensure better learning and development of the children. It does so by conducting training sessions both with in-house and external trainers who apply their expertise and experiences to empower these teachers in line with their specific needs in its context.

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