In 2013-2014, SAGE reached approximately 1,200 junior and secondary schools in 21 countries. With SAGE teams averaging about 10 students per team, this means we impacted about 12,000 teenagers worldwide.
To get an idea of how SAGE has made an impact globally, we invite you to visit a few of the web sites created by our SAGE programs in other countries.
|SAGE South Africa||http://sagesouthafrica.com/|
|SAGE Ukraine/SAGE Europe||https://www.facebook.com/sage.europe|
|SAGE USA (under reconstruction)||http://sageusa.net|
Center for Education Innovations:
A video documentary, by the George Lucas Educational Foundation, chronicled the highlights of the 2003 SAGE World Cup Champion from the Fremont Business Academy in Oakland, CA Click here: http://www.edutopia.org/student-entrepreneurs-win-big.
Other videos include:
Because non-profit organizations like SAGE (which in and of itself is a social enterprise) do not have a “stock exchange” to measure market value, it is extremely difficult to measure effectiveness. However, we must provide evidence of our performance. Collins (Collins, Jim. 2005. Good to Great and the Social Sectors: A Monograph to Accompany Good to Great, Boulder, Colorado) states that it does not matter so much whether or not results can be quantified; rather, what matters is that quantitative or qualitative evidence of progress be rigorously assembled.