Evidence has shown repeatedly that children, specifically those going to public schools, are not learning. Efforts to fix this have largely been in silos - curricular changes, teacher training, student assessments, etc. Few interventions have created any impact at scale.
are out of school despite RTE guaranteeing free primary education
lag behind with respect to basic learning outcomes
of Class V students in India can do simple division (ASER 2018)
of Class V students in India can cannot read a text meant for Class II students (ASER 2018)
which has led parents to loose faith in the public education system. This has led to an exodus of students away from public to private schools
A complete overhaul of the system is required to ensure that all children going to public schools receive a quality education.
The Education Alliance (TEA), regd. as Network for Quality Education Foundation, is a non-profit organization, established in 2014, with the aim of building an ecosystem where governments can strategically partner with mission-aligned organizations to overhaul the public education system and create a deep impact in the child’s learning.
The need of the hour is a long-term, strategic approach towards systematic transformation; with alignment on goals, implementation of research-backed interventions owned by governments, and robust accountability mechanisms.
TEA aims to build an ecosystem where governments can strategically partner with mission-aligned organizations to overhaul the public education system, and create a deep impact on the child’s learning.
Over the years, TEA has evolved its engagement with the government to a two-pronged approach towards education system transformation: Excellence in Government Schools and System Reform.
PMU for Government Partnership Schools (G-PS) under the School Quality Enhancement program
Program Assistance Unit (PAU) with the Directorate of Education for Education Reform
PMU for Government-NGO Management
PMU for Government-NGO Management
“If the students continue to be taught this way at the school, I am sure my daughter will achieve what she wants in life”
Laxmi, a Mother, shares her hope for a better future for her daughter, all thanks to the school she attends. Watch her story.
“Ever since the NGO has come into the school, we are implementing new teaching techniques through which we are able to identify students who need focused attention, and plan lessons accordingly. Students are benefitting from this, and that is ultimately rewarding for all of us.”
Kanchan Ma’am, an SDMC Teacher shares how she has been able to engage with children of all learning levels, thanks to NGO Intervention in the SDMC Bhim Nagri School. Watch her story.
“I believe if I study well, I can achieve any goal, become successful, and make my parents proud.”
Amar, an SDMC Student feels that his school has undergone a sea of change ever since his school became a part of the School Quality Enhancement Program (SQEP). Watch his story.
We aim to bridge the gap between state and non-state actors through strategic partnership support in order to deliver high-quality education.
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