Since its launch in 2012, TADA has been recognized as ‘good practice’ by several organizations.

TADA has for instance received various times recognition from the King Baudouin Foundation. In 2014 TADA was also first laureate of the Queen Paola Foundation for ‘Innovation in Non-Formal Education’. This prestigious award was handed over by Queen Paola in the greenhouses of the Royal Palace in Laeken.

IMC Weekendschool - TADA’s sister organisation in the Netherlands - is now widely recognised at both national and international level. In the Netherlands, IMC Weekendschool is working on the integration of the 'weekend school' concept in primary education. Internationally, IMC Weekendschool has been recognised among others by WISE (World Innovation Summit for Education), the European institutions and the United Nations Ideas Forum. More information on

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