No! Our second project was in a remote First Nations community in Canada, a country whose strong overall student test scores mask deep inequalities between regions. Since then we have launched projects in Toronto with recent immigrants ranging from age 20 to 80 and secondary school youth. We're also planning more projects in Canadian Indigenous communities for Canada's 150th anniversary in 2017.

Rumie's movement is about delivering free education to the people who need it and have the most to gain from it, no matter where they are.

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