We say we launched in 1981 when founder Andrei Dacko, then in 1st grade, was experimenting with walking around while learning until his (uninspiring) teacher tied him to his chair stating how unacceptable it was that he was disrupting learning.

Long after that 1st grade teacher retired, yet often lead by the same types, we've reached a critical mass of painfully uninvested, impersonal learner experiences no matter the industry. This leaves learners and the communities they're meant to support with razor thin margins for sustainability and innovation. How we learn, where we learn, and why we learn must be disrupted now more than ever so that our children, their parents and their communities can thrive.