Introduction to The Education Alliance (TEA)
The Education Alliance (‘TEA’ registered as Network for Quality Education Foundation) is a non-profit organisation registered in India to catalyse quality transformations in the public-school system through strategic partnership support. TEA aims to build an ecosystem in which governments can strategically partner with mission oriented non-profit educational organisations to deliver high quality education. Our goal is to empower government schools to create the next generation of leaders by transforming the quality of education offered in these schools. A high-quality education for every child in India would call for a system that is accountable, collaborative and equitable.
TEA sets up a Project Management Unit (PMU) to support the State education departments to partner more strategically with non-state actors and to design and deliver programmes with the objective of building governments’ own capacity to sustain these initiatives post the exit of external partners.
In order to deliver on its goals, TEA engages in three broad areas of work: dialogue with governments to design the frameworks for suitable partnership models, identify high-quality and mission-aligned non-profit partners willing to engage with government, and conduct research to test the efficacy of the model in order to inform the rest of our work.
Please refer to our website for further details: www.theeducationalliance.org
Brief on TEA’s Work with Government Education Departments
TEA is currently working across 4 states on the following programs:
TEA’s Team consists of highly motivated individuals who share a passion for improving the quality of education for all children in India All projects teams are based locally in the partnership State and work out of the local Education Department offices.
Project Associate – State System Reform, Madhya Pradesh
Background & Context
In 2017, Project SATH-E 1.0 (Sustainable Action for Transforming Human Capital) – Education was launched under a tripartite agreement between Niti Ayog, State of Madhya Pradesh and the Boston Consulting Group & Piramal Foundation of Education Leadership and undertook several initiatives in first 2 years to enable a system-wide transformation and improve access, equity and quality across grade 1-12. In 2020, TEA started a partnership with BCG to jointly work on the SATH-E team mandate and deliver on the following key objectives of SATH Phase 2.0 from 2020 onwards.
In 2021-22, the TEA team members have also started worked closely with the School Education Department for its flagship project on establishing ‘CM Rise schools’ – 9,200 exemplar government schools (K-12/K-10) with state-of-the-art infrastructure to provide holistic education to all students. The team is working closely with the Principal Secretary and the School Education Department in outlining overall strategy and driving the program management office for implementation of various areas under CM Rise including infrastructure, staffing, staff training and development, transportation amongst others.
Roles & Responsibilities – Project Associate (State System Reform)
The Project Associate (State System Reform) will be supporting Senior Managers on CM Rise Schools project along with SATH initiatives with the State Education department. The key roles and responsibilities will be (but not limited to):
Skills and Qualifications
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Expected date of Joining: Immediate
Employment Type: Permanent / Full Time
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