The Lemann Foundation is a non-profit organization, created in 2002 by Brazilian entrepreneur Jorge Paulo Lemann. The goal is to enhance the quality of public education in Brazil, with a focus on guaranteeing that every student learns, and to speed up social change in Brazil. They also focus on identifying and nurturing all upcoming talents to create an active network of game changers who will be able to move the country forward.
The Lemann Foundation works on four key areas:
> Innovation – promoting and facilitating the adoption of high-impact education innovations in Brazil
> Management – helping capacitate school systems and classrooms by identifying and training school leaders
> Policy – support research, test programs with all partners in the field and disseminate promising models
> Talents – nurture vocations for social change by training young leaders and connecting them