Code For Hope is a comprehensive program that primarily upskills parents and teachers to build 21st-century skills such as problem solving and computational thinking in students. It has two components -
1. A research-backed curriculum that covers the spectrum of 21st-century skills (logical thinking, critical thinking, design thinking, coding, prototyping) by reinforcing the regular academic curricular elements of the classroom
2. A program that will train teachers to execute the curriculum, conduct projects and continuously assess the learning of the students to improve the program delivery.
The curriculum and projects will be designed in a way that teachers can track measurable improvements in student's 21-century skills at the same time reinforcing the core academics that need to be covered in the class.
Code For Hope will aim to increase student engagement in academics by teaching them to understand the 'applicability' of academic concepts to real life.