1.5 million public schools
260 million enrolments
India – the world’s largest and most complex education system in the world.
With learning quality still being poor, multiple stakeholders – the government, charitable organisations, private funders, corporate entities — are all collaborating to bring about systemic transformation in the way education is delivered, in order to improve learning outcomes for millions of children.
We have curated a series of videos where we ask those working within this ecosystem, what their big bets are on education reform – be it empowering middle management through leadership training, administrative reform or the ability to replicate a simple idea.
This video series is a collaboration between Sattva and AVPN.
In education we see limited funding from CSR for capacity building for the implementors. or system level interventions which are crucial to outcomes. What is needed for achieving systematic interventions and transformation in education?
We ask those working within this ecosystem on how can Ed-Tech improve quality and usefulness of education.
If different parties across all sectors would work together, risks can be reduced and impact can be maximised. We look at how collective impact can help maximise leverage for every rupee invested.
How critical is Continuum of Capital for innovation in education? How can it be extended and expanded in the education sector?
How effective leadership affects learning outcomes?
Where can CSR add value?
What role CSRs can play to improve quality and usefulness of education?
Where does secondary education need focus?
You can also learn more about the current challenges, interventions and funding landscape in education in India in our report “Funding Education with Impact”.