Our team has been studying the impact of our joint efforts with Charte.ge since 2018. Initially we did in-depth interviews and surveys to determine the types of changes in the lives of our students.
In October 2019, the team also kicked off a longitudinal study to determine the extent of these changes. This report outlines the results of the longitudinal study based on quantitative data from around 280 students.
The initial results of our study show improvements in the average grades of our students in all major school subjects a year after they joined the project. The students also demonstrate more confidence in their academic abilities and an improved ability to learn new topics and skills.
Read our full impact report
Feels more confident in their ability to achieve success in school
More students use email for communication
Uses online courses more frequently
Improves their computer skills
Improves their mental well-being
Uses the Internet to learn a foreign language
Marika (19 y.o.)
Marika has enroled in university to study psychology and the Internet is helping her cope with her new challenges!
Gvantsa (18 y.o.)
Gvantsa just got into university as an English language and literature major - all thanks to the Internet!
Khatia (18 y.o.)
Meet Khatia, 18 - an advocate for Georgian tourism and a future law student with big dreams to fight against crime and injustice.
Barbare (20 y.o.)
Barbare secured a grant and built her own guesthouse to attract tourists to her beautiful, mountainous village.
Marika (17 y.o.)
Meet Marika, 17, from Guria, Georgia, a future investigator and an entrepreneur with a passion for acting.
Severian (19 y.o.)
Severian, a first-year student, is a civil engineer working on a Mars rover, and he owes his academic success to the Internet.