Screen Shot 2017-07-21 at 11.21.35 AM.png

WHO WE ARE

China Development Foundation's Board At A Glance

CHINA DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION

Ending Educational Inequality

Fun in Beijing 39.jpg
IMG_6094.JPG
IMG_6045.JPG
IMG_6092.JPG
Main Page.JPG
IMG_6097.JPG

WHAT WE DO

Screen Shot 2017-07-20 at 10.58.04 AM.png

 CDF TEACHERS PROGRAM

Improving Their Skills

Twenty teachers from the West of China (Tibet, Gansu, Xinjiang, Hunan, Henan, Shangdong etc.) visited an international school in Beijing for a period of ten days. CDF worked with the host partner (Dulwich, Wellington, or British School Beijing) to arrange the cirriculum. CDF recruited the teachers from local schools in the west of China and paid for their travel and accommodation. CDF then provided each teacher with a manual to re-teach the five day course in their home school. The teachers received a certificate of graduation and enhanced pay as a result.

Screen Shot 2017-07-20 at 10.58.13 AM.png

CDF STUDENTS PROGRAM

Broadening Their Insight

CDF recruited twenty teenagers (14-16) from the West of China to visit a city for the first time. CDF arranged a trip to an airport, a science museum and an office for careers training. To date we have undertaken this program with Chris Rayner of SSP International. The students visited for four days and gained skills to broaden their horizons and help them enter the job market.

teachersport3.jpg

CDF OUTREACH PROGRAM

Advising The Future

CDF outreach program introduces extra-curricular activities to both students and teachers. From competitive debate to various sports, CDF gives participants an opportunity to partake in a host of interesting activities. After learning about the different extra-curricular activities, teachers and students are encouraged to bring them back to their own school. CDF also works with other charitable donors to provide facilities directly to schools, such as astroturf fields.

 

PARTNERS

unnamed (2).jpg

BRITISH SCHOOL BEIJING

The British School of Beijing, part of the Nord Anglia Education Group of Schools, is the longest established British international school in Beijing. With excellent Primary and Secondary school facilities on a single campus, we provide a warm and caring community for students aged 1 - 18. In our culture of academic excellence, respect and good manners, every student here will flourish.

IMG_6032.JPG

DULWICH COLLEGE BEIJING

Dulwich College Beijing was the second College to join the Dulwich family of schools. The Dulwich network now provides for over 7,200 students in seven cities and four countries with Colleges in London, two campuses in the Pudong and Minhang districts of Shanghai, in Beijing, Suzhou, Seoul, Singapore, Yangon and International High Schools in Suzhou and Zhuhai.

IMG_6052.JPG

WELLINGTON COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL TIANJIN

Wellington College International Tianjin is a British international school in Hongqiao District, Tianjin. It is affiliated with Wellington College in Berkshire, England and serves students 2-18; senior schools serve ages 11-18. The school opened in 2011. The campus has more than 90 classrooms, 2 swimming pools, art rooms, design rooms, a dance studio, a 500-seat theatre, and music rooms. There are also artificial sports pitches. There are boarding facilities for senior schools students.

"The training program broadened my view on education and encouraged me to learn more about myself. Otherwise as a teacher to kids I feel I know everything"

Wang Zhenlong, Program Participant

0.jpg

GET INVOLVED

Take Action Now

We are so happy you’re interested in getting involved with our work here at China Development Foundation. There are so many ways for you to help, and we truly appreciate each and every effort. By lending your support, you’ll become a valuable part of our Nonprofit Organization and strengthen the future of our country

WORK WITH US

Show Your Support

IMG_6040.JPG