Roman Czernecki Prize
We award scientists, journalists and educators who publish substantial articles about education.
Horizons Scholarship Program
The Horizons Scholarship Program provides complex support to students from all around Poland, who wish to study in the most inspiring high schools and technical schools in big cities. We give them courage, inspire team-work and social engagement. We care about their education and personal growth both at school and outside the school walls.
Education Inspiration provides teachers from small towns with grants for their educational projects, which address the needs of secondary school students. Together we discover the students' potential, we provide them with space for their interests, we strengthen our teachers' professional skills.
EFC Partner School
The EFC Partner School is the Szczekociny School Complex, in which, as part of our patronage, we create a hospitable working and learning environment, we carry out social projects with students and we boost teachers' professional skills.
10 Happy Days with the EFC - an energetic project full of optimism, presented by our Horizons scholars
A day to remember professor Roman Czernecki, the patron of the Szczekociny School Complex.
Mirosław Skrzypczyk wrote a new publication about our Patron – “We are still teaching. Roman Czernecki and his schools in Słupia and Szczekociny”
The submission of applications for the 1st edition of the prof. Roman Czernecki Award competition has been closed
The ceremony of putting the School Complex in Szczekociny under Roman Czernecki’s patronage - an official inauguration of our cooperation.
Today is the 6th death anniversary of Andrzej Czernecki, the Founder of the EFC Foundation. This is how some of his closest colleagues remember him.
Journalism and writing workshop for people engaged in the work of the EFC Editorial Office
The EFC Foundation Patron
Prof. Roman Czernecki (1904-1986)
A dedicated and passionate educator. He organized clandestine education in Słupia Jędrzejowska during WWII. After the war, he founded the Szczekociny school. He later worked as head of the educational department in the Zielonogórskie province, rector of the Public College of Education in Gdańsk and lecturer at the Warsaw University of Technology. From the very beginning, his main goal was to support the educational development of young people, regardless of their material situation or where they come from. His work inspired the establishment of the EFC Foundation.more
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