Our Work

Over the years, TEA has evolved its engagement with the government to a two-pronged approach towards education system transformation.
Excellence in Government Schools

Creating excellence in government schools to improve the quality of education offered in public schools in India

System Reform

Long and deep engagement with
Governments for System Capacity Building

Excellence in Government Schools

Creating excellence in government schools to improve the quality of education offered in public schools in India.

TEA demonstrates impact through innovation across multiple levers

TEA demonstrates-01
Pedagogy /
curriculum
TEA demonstrates-02
School
Culture
TEA demonstrates-03
Non-academic
Management Practices
TEA demonstrates-04
Teacher
Training
TEA demonstrates-05
Leadership
Development

Introduction of accountability mechanisms such as Steering committee meetings, data-driven monitoring etc

Sustainability when government scales inputs and accountability measures

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Excellence in Government Schools

SCHOOL QUALITY ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (SQEP): Delhi

PMU for Government-Partnership Schools (G-PS)

Revived under-utilized government schools as part of a School Quality Enhancement Programme (SQEP). These schools serve as demonstration models for providing excellent education in government schools and identified levers of change for system-wide dissemination. TEA plays the role of a project management partner, ensuring effective engagement between SDMC and NGOs to deliver on intended outcomes.

2015

Commencement
Year

5000

Students

18

Schools

9

NGO Partners

02

Excellence in Government Schools

PROJECT ANKUR:Madhya Pradesh

PMU for Foundational Literacy and Numeracy (FLN)

In Madhya Pradesh, through our Project Management Unit (PMU) at Rajya Shiksha Kendra (RSK), we are bringing together strategic and knowledge partners to work closely with the MP Education department on strengthening Foundational Literacy and Numeracy across the state. This will be done through a combination of deep demonstrative models in few districts as well as system-wide capacity building to design, evaluate and implement FLN solutions at scale by setting up a dedicated FLN cell.

2020

Commencement
Year

15.1 Lakh

Children

System Reform

Long and deep engagement with Governments for System Capacity Building

Conduct a diagnostic to identify school and system-level gaps.
Reform measures comprise of a diverse set of interventions

Robust mechanisms for system alignment, M&E for acceptance, and accountability at all levels.

Strategic roadmap and
execution support over a
3-5 year window.

Design & implement
interventions for scale
and sustainability.

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System Reform

MADHYA PRADESH

Partnership with BCG under SATH-E Extension for System Reform

In Madhya Pradesh, TEA also works alongside the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) State team for the education reform work under NITI Aayog’s SATH-E project impacting all Elementary and Secondary schools in the state. This will involve conducting diagnostic studies, designing reform and implementation strategy, ensuring excellence and delivery, designing robust M&E measures through a high level of system accountability.

2020

Commencement
Year

9160769

Children

111773

Elementary
Schools

9229

Secondary
Schools

02

System Reform

TAMIL NADU & TRIPURA

PMU for NGO Partnerships Management

In Tamil Nadu, TEA has been supporting the Samagra Shiksha department on its NGO Partnerships strategy towards achieving its stated education goals since 2018. This year, TEA has started working on a similar partnership with the Tripura Government. In its role as a Project Management Unit (PMU), TEA is responsible for onboarding, framework creation, reporting templates, NGO visits and reviews.

2018

Tamil Nadu
Commencement Year

2020

Tripura
Commencement Year

4008

Tamil Nadu Schools
(based on NGO interventions)

4945

Tripura
Schools

03

System Reform

DELHI GOVERNMENT

Program Assistance Unit (PAU) with the Directorate of Education

TEA is supporting the Program Assistance Unit of the Directorate of Education, Delhi Government. This unit works closely with different Branches and Education Officials along with the NGO partners to research, develop, and review the reform process in Delhi. The unit works on projects ranging from parent engagement, teacher training, infrastructure, curriculum development, and governance.

2020

Commencement
Year

1024

Schools