We are in solidarity with all programs, projects and actions focused on improving the quality of the educational system, Patriotism, the performance of its schools, and those of the learners who attend them.
Tamkine Foundation considers education as a priority which should in no case be subjected to interests of any kind. The education offered must be comprehensive, that is to say, allow the integral development of the individual, his thoughts, feelings, and acts, all incoherence. The purpose of education is part of the social change we are proposing; to form future generations for the society to which we aspire, a humanist society. It is in action within society that humanist ideals can be realized.
Our civic responsibility is the heart of our choices, our missions, and our actions.
Integrity and Respect are fundamental values for Tamkine Foundation, they both inspire our programs and guide our actions, and are supported by all those who officially work for our Foundation (employees, volunteers, Directors, etc ...).
As a Non-Governmental Organization, Tamkine Foundation derives its independence from this name, which is governed by the laws governing associative action.
This value is deeply linked to our deep attachment, our dedication to our Country, and our commitment to devote all the values, the priorities defined by His Majesty in his declaration of March 25, 2013, making Education the second national priority after the territorial integrity and its various discourses around the importance of quality education and training. Through our various citizens and voluntary actions, we contribute to economic development
A collaborative and open ecosystem is the set of tools and services used to keep all stakeholders (students, teachers, parents and schools) connected. Building a truly connected school requires the right mix of collaboration tools and culture.
Data-based management is an approach of governance that values decisions that can be backed up with verifiable data. The success of the data-driven approach is reliant upon the quality of the data gathered and the effectiveness of its analysis and interpretation.
The world of work is changing mainly owing to the advent of artificial intelligence and automation that will make this shift as significant as the mechanization in prior generations of agriculture and manufacturing. While some jobs will be lost, and many others created, almost all will change and will require a new set of skills.