India has a population of 158 million children—74% live in rural India. But that doesn’t necessarily indicate that education, opportunities, and livelihood cannot be made accessible to them.
How can we enthuse, enable, and encourage teachers to ensure better learning outcomes?
2020 saw one of the biggest crises in education due to the pandemic that triggered a record inflow of over $2 billion in edtech space. Byju's, valued at $12 billion acquired Aakash Educational Services for $1 billion and Amazon and Google, like Facebook’s Founder, announced big plans for India in this space.
Resource-starved rural schools need innovative solutions to accommodate the likely surge in students due to reverse migration
India’s not-so-robust public education system is soon going to face three daunting challenges which, if not tackled with imagination, could cause it to crumble.
Doctors and nurses are demotivated at this critical time because of low and delayed pay and lack of understanding among the people about the conditions in which they are working. Schools are asking teachers to work at half pay or no pay. Employees are being asked to leave for ‘performance reasons’ though everyone knows the real reason.