In many parts of the developed world, schools use cloud computing, educational software, learning games, videos, and websites to enhance the learning experience for students. In many other regions, however, students have no access to computers, the internet, or even reliable textbooks. At ET Learns, we believe that every child deserves access to cutting-edge, twenty-first-century education technology, no matter who they are, where they live, or how much money they make. Our mission at ET Learns is to ensure that students in rural and underserved areas don’t have to wait decades to learn with the best.
Ethiopia is at a turning point in its history. A longtime underdog, the proud Ethiopian people have had to fight for many of the opportunities we take for granted. We believe everyone deserves a chance to learn – a chance to succeed.
With over 40 years of experience working in Ethiopia, ET Learns looks to the future. We aim to empower individuals, families, and communities through access to quality education and modern technology. Together, we can provide a future that students and teachers so desperately need.
John Cantlin and the University of Wolaita President discussing a growth education plan to satisfy the needs of Ethiopian students in Sodo.
John Cantlin, Bill Graff, and the University of Wolaita President signing the agreements to build new schools with the government’s full support.
A lunch between John Cantlin and Ashenafi Ayde discussing how we can further expand our educational learning centers throughout Ethiopia.
John takes a trip to the very deep southern areas of Ethiopia with ET Learns to visit with the locals. They have no access to health care, education, or electricity.
Here is John interacting with the younger classrooms and teaching them the Engish language.
Here John is practicing his Ethiopian coffee pouring skills for Bill Graff and other ET Learns staff.