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One in seven Americans live in deep poverty, and one in four minority citizens live in poverty. One school of thought and political persuasion insists that if a person doesn't succeed, it's their own fault. Another theory insists the government should do more and can solve the problem by taxing the wealthy and giving the money to the poor. The truth is plain, after many generations of social experiments: neither plan works.



What then is the solution?!


There truly was no solution until this generation. In our day, we can solve the problems of crime and poverty, as well as issues of natural resource, energy, environment, food, housing, and other issues critical to survival all in the same place:

“Five percent of every community is brilliant.”

Half of the world’s population lives on just $2.50 a day.


Five percent of every community is brilliant, regardless of their wealth or status or education (Gallop Research). In urban areas, in rural areas, in every nation on earth, 5% of the population can change the world for the better, or be lost to the future for lack of opportunity.

For the first time in human history, we have the tools to find and equip those human resources, to enable them to change lives for the better by their genius and creativity:

  1. Free Gigabit Wifi and devices for the underserved and vulnerable.
  2. Direction and guidance through course work packages.
  3. Mentoring and apprenticeship by successful community members, providing inroads into the community’s commerce, industry, and technology worlds.
  4. The universally-recognized and verifiable Presidential Intellectual Fitness Award "IF" Credentialing for job and university applications.

We can now bring world-class opportunities to that lost 5% -- currently over 6 million overlooked brilliant minds in the United States, and over 280 million brilliant untapped minds worldwide.


What would happen IF...

everyone was given a chance?

Let’s find out together!


Compare the best College Bound students in the world, achieving a Harvard-level 1505 SAT score (4.3%) -- with the 31% achieving this lofty standard in the Organic Educational Ecosystem.


The Organic Educational Ecosystem students are 700% more likely to achieve a Harvard-level SAT score.


What's the difference?