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Same Work, Minimal Pay: Analyzing the Contract Teaching Phenomenon in India

Co-authored by Chetna Kumar and Avantika Bunga  On 17th January 2019, more than 45,000 ‘para-teachers’ in Jharkhand called off their 63-day hunger strike. As per...

An Optimistic Fix: The Pitfalls of the Happiness Curriculum in Delhi

Co-created by Kartik Sundar and Jinson George Chako In what seemed like a recognition of the hectic and stressful nature of the Indian education system,...

Rewriting the National Education Policy: Shortcomings and Solutions

Written by Tanvi Mehta  ‘There is a need for value education, experiential learning, practical knowledge, life skill education and physical education. But where is the...

Tying the Knot: Using Microfinance to Educate India’s Children

Co-authored by Anupriya Nair & Sourya Reddy The concept of Microfinance has seen much success all over the globe....

From Streets to Schools

“I think we have failed our children. We will have to be kind to them, we have to reach out to them. The country...

Intezaar: Ibrahim Ansari’s Story | From Streets to Schools

For the better part of a month, The Bastion Staff travelled to different cities and met so many kids who live off the streets....

From Streets to Schools | The Bastion x Save the Children

“As the traffic light turns green, the car speeds off, leaving behind a little girl in a yellow dress selling storybooks on the street....

The Pink and Blue Divide: Rethinking Children’s Textbooks in a Post...

Co-authored by Ayushi Ghosh and Kartik Sundar The striking down of a controversial 158-year old provision of Section 377 to decriminalize non-procreative relationships was a...

To Act or Not to Act? Changing Our Expectations of Corporate...

Written by Ashni AcharyaNarratives shape us. A student studying at Plato’s Academy would not have the same notion of human rights as a student...

From Streets to Schools: Making the Invisible Visible

Co-authored by Evita Rodrigues and Sanya Sharma    “More than anything else, schools are instruments for bridging inequalities in the country and breaking the cycle of...

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