How Louisiana boy’s global NGO is helping Hong Kong parents realise tutoring is not just for kids

Jan 27, 2018 by

Founded by American teenager Chance Wilson when he was just 14, WGI operates in seven countries to help improve English literacy among both the young and old

Private English lessons have long been viewed as an unaffordable luxury by many low-income families in Hong Kong, who are desperate to improve their children’s prospects amid an increasingly competitive job market.

But an international NGO is hoping to change that by offering free English tutoring sessions to Hong Kong children and their parents by partnering with a local youth group.

Founded by American teenager Chance Wilson in 2014 when he was just 14 years old, WGI now operates in seven countries worldwide, with a particular focus on improving literacy in Asia.

Source: How Louisiana boy’s global NGO is helping Hong Kong parents realise tutoring is not just for kids | South China Morning Post

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