Welcome to ORG Education
Our programs serve children and families beginning at zero years, offers education professional development opportunities and indirectly supports ORG Bahamas' active citizen engagement initiatives.
About our programs
ORG Education SharkTank Program 2021
Me, You, Us Youth Saloon
Cohort 2 Application deadline: October 8, 2021.
National Playdate Editions
|NATIONAL PLAYDATE AT-HOME, Spring 2021|
|Emotions matter! So much has been out of our control over the past year and many of us have had a wide range of feelings in reaction to the disruptions to our lives brought by COVID-19 Pan…|
- National Playdate-at-Home March 2020
- National Playdate-at-Home April 2020
- National Playdate-at-Home Summer 2020
- National Playdate-at-Home Fall 2020
- National Playdate-at-Home Holiday Edition 2020
- National Playdate-at-Home Re-Launch 2021
- National Playdate-at-Home Spring 2021
National Playdate Events
March 2021 - Excel Academy Preschool
April 2021 - Willard Patton Preschool
Let's Talk Learning Research
ORG Education Program Reports
I Have a Dream
The School Shark Tank
School-age children make up 25% of Bahamian citizens yet are not actively included in civic engagement and participation. They are directly impacted by school and learning environments— as the primary beneficiaries of schools – but, despite this, are often not consulted in the conversations and decisions that shape and develop these environments.
The “I Have A Dream” School Shark Tank is an ORG Bahamas Education Program/Event which provides a platform to empower youth, amplify their voices, and advance their ideas, plans and dreams for education in The Bahamas. After all, who has more intimate knowledge of what is and isn’t working for Bahamian students than the students themselves?
The 2019 Inaugural I Have A Dream School Shark Tank finals was held at Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) and Fusion Superplex. With the assistance of their teacher chaperones and mentors from LCIS the students learned about all aspects of school development and advocacy, from curricular development to teaching styles, to designing environments for learning. The students presented their dream schools to expert judges and a live audience See the presentations from the winning and finalist teams below:
Winner: Sadie Curtis School
Runner Up: Christian Heritage School
3rd Place: H.O. Nash
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