Updated Mar 11, 2020
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There are an estimated 6 million Out of School Children in India (MHRD National Survey 2014), and many more drop out during the primary grades, because of the inability to follow the teaching in their age appropriate grades. The Government of India’s “Education for All Mission ” has despite its mandate been unable to cater to the needs of these children, partially because India is experiencing the largest rural to urban migration in history.
The solution is Kadam, a programme with a work book based system developed from national education competencies that enables children to drive their own learning individually in a collective setting, where the teacher is a facilitator and “obstacle remover”. The children learn on their actual level, and a simple assessment system is both a guide for the child and teacher and a measurement of progress towards a clear goal, which is the age appropriate learning level.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||1,000,000|
|New Implemented Countries||India|
|Recruit||30 Management, 300 Field Unit Leaders, 5000 Education Volunteers / Government School Teachers|
|New Feature||Adapt the pedagogy and operational tools to State Education Content Materials.|
The National Team consist of the CEO of HPPI, the Government Partnership Coordinator, the Expansion and Programme Development Specialist and two CSR Partnership Officers, the Lead Content Material Producer and her team of 3, three Programme Managers and the Data Team of two. Five out of the 14 are women. The Field Team are 20 District Organisers, 100 Kadam Accelerators and Head Teachers and close to 1000 Teachers and Education Volunteers.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN