Monday, 26 October 2020

British Pakistani launches free online school

BIRMINGHAM: A British Pakistani entrepreneur and IT expert has launched an online school, free of cost, in a bid to meet the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal regarding education.

Ali Latif has launched ‘The Online School’ (3-lance.co.uk) from London to deliver online teaching for the past six weeks. Thus far, the school has delivered over 120 hours of education to students across the world.

The school is providing quality free education to students from class one till A-levels, from ages ranging five-18 years.

So far, over 1,000 students in the UK and over 500 students from developing countries like Pakistan, Zambia and Namibia have benefitted from these classes, which are conducted by teachers belonging to the best schools in Britain.

These teachers, all of whom volunteer their time and effort for a noble cause, are trained and certified by the Department of Education, graduated from various UK universities and have a great breadth of teaching experience at private and state schools in London and outside.

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