We launched the Educate! Exchange program in Rwanda.

The Educate! Experience expanded to Northern Uganda, a post-conflict region.

We are now reaching over 14,000 youth intensively in Uganda and 240,000 youth more broadly through our direct delivery and education reforms in Uganda and Rwanda.



We set the ambitious goal of working in 200 schools in 2014 and exceeded it, growing to 238 schools. That’s more than 4x growth from 2013!

We received the results from our randomized controlled trial, the gold standard of impact evaluation. We learned amongst many other things, that 94% of Graduates owned a business, had a job, or attended university.


The Ugandan curriculum that we advised on was officially rolled out through the Ministry of Education, reaching more than 50,000 youth annually.

We also launched our Experience Associations to support teachers and administrators in delivering Educate!’s experience-based education model at their schools.


We were asked by the Government of Uganda and the United Nations’ International Labor Organization (ILO) to advise on Uganda’s national entrepreneurship curriculum reform.






We received global acclaim for our work from some of the most prestigious organizations in our field, including the 2015 WISE Award, and recognition as a Brookings Institution case study on scaling education.


We began preparing for aggressive growth by consolidating and optimizing our model to make it the most cost-effective, scalable, and financially sustainable.

Two Educate! Graduates and our Uganda Program Director were selected for the Acumen Fund East Africa Fellowship, Class of 2013.


We continued to run our Educate Experience! Programs, refining our model and proving its effectiveness.

Our founders received the Empact100 Top Young Entrepreneur Award, the Grinnell College Young Innovator for Social Justice Prize, and the Forbes 30 Social Entrepreneurs Under 30 award.


In March, the Educate! Experience launched.

We received funding from Echoing Green, a leading venture philanthropy fund.

Educate! Triumphed over 460 organizations to win the Quality Education in Africa competition put on by Ashoka Changemakers.