Why Inclusive Education Benefits Everyone, Not Just the Disabled: With Jo Chopra-McGowan, Executive Director,...
Almost 40% of children with disabilities in India have never attended a school of any sort—and even among those who have, 40% considered dropping...
Decoding the Importance of the National Curriculum Framework with Subir Shukla
Last year, India released its much-awaited National Education Policy (NEP): which guides the overall objectives and goals of India's education system. But, what do...
From Standing Outside Classrooms to Learning Within Them: Inclusive Education for Children with Learning...
How does an 'inclusive' education system systematically exclude children with learning disabilities?
How the I’MPossible Fellowship is Reimagining Education for India’s Youth Living with HIV
Orphans and vulnerable children affected by HIV remain stigmatised in Indian society—difficulties which the two-year I’MPossible Fellowship aims to solve for.
Personalized Adaptive Learning for Post-Pandemic Education
“Teaching at the Right Level” (TaRL) can ensure that India’s students suffer minimal educational and economic consequences as a result of the pandemic.
From Maharashtra, With Love: Nine Recommendations on Improving Public Education In the New Normal
The COVID-19 pandemic has shone a harsh light on the vulnerabilities and challenges faced by students across the world. Students, teachers, and parents have...
“We Have No Future Here” | A Young Afghan Woman’s Plea to the Indian...
A cycle of imperialism and fundamentalism is repeating itself in Afghanistan, once again. The Indian government's response to the situation in Afghanistan will lay down markers for the type of developmental path we choose to tread.
9 Trends on Learning During a Pandemic from 7 Reports in India
9 trends on the state of education in much of India can be discerned across 7 major reports一which may be of critical use to policymakers in the coming year.
A Roadmap to Safely Reopening Schools For Our Children
Instead of asking whether schools should reopen, examine the requirements to allow our children to be safely reintroduced to their classrooms and childhoods.
Loopholes Inhibit the Enforcement of Tamil Nadu’s RTE Rules
There are too many children falling through the cracks of our education system. In principle and practice, Section 12(1)(c) needs to be reformed in the state to account for parents’ real-world situations