One third of the world’s teenagers don’t have the chance to attend secondary school. Two thirds lack access to universities or trade schools. In Africa, 60% of children do not receive secondary education which leads them to make 30% less than their peers each year. For those who do attend school, lack of facilities, materials and proper training make it increasingly hard for students in developing nations to break the cycle of poverty. Enoch Capital will improve access to quality education through investment capital into innovative school systems and its partnership. Cicero is well established in the education consulting sector, known for doubling proficiency gains in the first year of engagement. We will drive measurable impact by improving teaching abilities and creating community-specific marketing strategies.