Every year, millions of individuals are unable to access quality education due to natural disasters and human-made crises. The impact of this is compounded by the disruption to quality continuous education, as typical relief efforts tend to act as stopgap measures.

This idea seeks to ensure that every child and young adult has the opportunity to continue their education in emergency-affected areas. What is proposed are SEN (Student Educator Network) sites, which would act as emergency classrooms and be equipped with satellite and AV technology to allow students to be taught by teachers all over the globe via either real-time video conference or pre-prepared lessons. SEN sites will be designed to withstand the hazards associated with each particular geographical region.