What do you young people think of law and justice? Ashoka Law For All Initiative's Report uncovers the inspirations, methods, and hurdles faced by young changemakers in their social entrepreneurial journeys across India.
How Technological Interventions Are Creating Opportunities to Foster Professional Development of Maharashtra’s Education Officers
This is the second in a three-part series in collaboration with Leadership For Equity (LFE) highlighting the challenges and needs, administrative and technological, of...
“My son started reading small words only because of these paintings on the wall—he learned them unconsciously as a part of the play...
How can background questionnaires improve students' academic performance and learning? These large-scale assessments can ensure equitable and quality education.
This is the first in a three-part series in collaboration with Leadership For Equity (LFE) highlighting the challenges and needs, administrative and technological, of...
In a country that seems to be obsessed with Gross Enrolment Ratios, the lives of Om and Swati, students in Mumbai and Madhya Pradesh, force us to pause and reconsider.
Is the craze for government jobs in India hurting the education system? What is the long-term impact of the over-prioritisation of government jobs?
How can we enable students to learn from each other while granting teachers autonomy in their classrooms? Heutagogy may be the answer to better foundational learning.
Universities are hotspots of gender diversity- what infrastructural changes do campuses need to adopt to be gender-inclusive?
Every now and then, educational posters of an 'Ideal Boy-Good Habits' or an 'Ideal Girl-Good Habits' designed for classrooms go viral on social media. While they may seem harmless at first, a deeper conversation is required on how our education system designs curriculum and learning tools. In this article, we explore how gender inclusive and sensitive our school textbooks are.