"According to The World Economic Forum, the United States is ranked 52nd in STEM education right now. The national franchise Zaniac believes that the gap in the public school STEM curricula is a major contributing factor to that ranking. Accordingly, the Company aims to prepare today’s youth generation for future jobs in the STEM sectors by making learning more fun for children in glass-walled classrooms complete with white boards and big multimedia screens at its “bright and colourful” 2,500 to 3,000 square-foot.campuses. The Company hosts classes that teach children science and math with Zaniac Robotics programs: LEGO®, Game-Based Learning: Minecraft™, 3D Printing and Computer Programming. The campus common areas feature Apple iMacs, robotics tables, manipulatives, and other “high-tech” gadgets that the company claims allow kids to stay engaged and excited about learning."