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New Appointment at École Bilingue Chardin

We're pleased and honored to announce that Laetitia Grail has joined our Educational Board.

Laetitia Grail rejoint le Conseil Pédagogique de l'École Bilingue Chardin

Laetitia Grail-Marcel has a passion for education, a field she has been working in for 20 years.

A mathematician by training, she taught in France and England for over ten years, and then went on to found three companies in education and edtech. The development of new learning approaches is one of her current areas of work. She actively contributes to several institutional initiatives in the educational field. Her profile just been approved by the European Commission as an expert in Edtech, Education, and Vocational Training.

Laetitia Grail rejoint le Conseil Pédagogique de l'École Bilingue Chardin

In 2007, she created Les Cours Marcel, a network of academic support centers in Paris offering small group classes and focused on high-quality tutoring. It has built a strong reputation for itself in Paris due to its pedagogy.

In 2011, she co-founded myBlee Math, a highly interactive app based on neuroscience, the Singapore method, and using the power of artificial intelligence to personalize learning. The company is active in various elite French and international schools around the world: NYC, SF, Switzerland, and the Emirates.

Laetitia Grail rejoint le Conseil Pédagogique de l'École Bilingue Chardin

She is the author of the book "Être bon en maths, ça s'apprend ! ...et ce n’est pas si compliqué” published by Dunod in 2020. She also directed the writing of mathematics textbooks for the publisher Lelivrescolaire.fr, and co-authored the 2012 French National Digital Council report "Learning in the Digital Age". She was also a speaker in Tokyo at the GSW (Global Summit of Women - Tokyo 2017) on the topic of STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics).

Laetitia Grail rejoint le Conseil Pédagogique de l'École Bilingue Chardin

In 2018, Laetitia Grail participated on the expert panel for the 21 mesures pour l’enseignement des mathématiques (21 measures for teaching mathematics) plan, led by Cédric Villani, a 2010 Fields Medal winner, and Charles Torossian, Inspector General of National Education, and commissioned by Jean-Michel Blanquer, Minister of National Education.

Laetitia Grail is a member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.

She is a member of the International Selection Jury of the PIA3 as part of the NCU (New University Curricula) operated by the French National Research Agency.

She joined the Board of École Bilingue Chardin in Paris, an innovative school focusing on Arts, Sports and Mathematics, at its inception.

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