Megha Srinivasan, Director of Strategy and State Programs, The Education Alliance discussed ‘How to Build a Career in Education and Edtech’
The report takes a deep look at how India’s funders and other actors are joining forces to take on urgent social challenges, and how actors work together to overcome the barriers to amplifying social impact.
Amitav Virmani, CEO of Education Alliance briefly discusses the variables of ‘scale’ and ‘quality’ in education.
11 million children have left government schools in the previous years to go to private schools due to poor quality education. TEA’s innovative model is to make dysfunctional government schools functional again.
Built on the foundational pillars of access, equity, quality, affordability, and accountability, the draft National Education Policy (NEP) promises
Gray Matters India (GMI) and the International Innovation Corps (IIC) convened a conference that brought together almost 50 NGO leaders, policy experts, and critical education stakeholders
Amitav Virmani talks about the shift in the debate from government vs private education to poor quality vs good quality education.
CNBC-TV18's Teacher's Day Special documented Government Partnership School models across the country.
Of the existing 900,000 government schools in the country, over 350,000 have 50 students or less even - when the infrastructure can house 500.
A primary school in Lajpat Nagar saw a virtual turnaround with smart learning systems, CCTV cameras and a modern library.
The Education Alliance, registered as Network for Quality Education Foundation (NQEF) is a non-profit organization established in 2014 with the aim of enabling partnerships for quality education.
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