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“I had won a lot of medals in my school but after coming here I met a lot of better performers. Now I know that I have to work harder. I had become overconfident as I had never stepped out of Ayanagar,” said a student from Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, Ayanagar.

Read about how Alumni initiative Alohomora is changing lives in Delhi! #EducateIndia #JoinTheMovement
I had won a lot of medals in my school but after

At leadership camp, government school students discover their potential

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“The world is increasingly getting divided between the haves and have-nots. I was sure that when I have children I wouldn’t want them to enter such a world. Starting the Simple Education Foundation (SEF) is my small way of ensuring that we break that wall that divides the two,” says Teach For India Alumnus Rahul Bhanot, co-founder of SEF.
The world is increasingly getting divided between the haves and havenots I

Meet the Team Empowering Both Teachers & Students in Low-Income Schools From Delhi to Kashmir

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Abhishek is studying to make his dreams come true. You too can help him on his journey to becoming a scientist!

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"I was never allowed to play like the boys. It took me two months to convince my mom to go out and play! Now, I teach younger girls to play the sport," says student Kaveri - a member of the ultimate frisbee team, "Goosebumps".

The Ultimate Dream Project, pioneered by two 2016 Teach For India Fellows - Sashank Vissa and Benoy Stephen - aims to impart life skills through frisbee! Their goal is...
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Happy Mother's Day!

Let's celebrate those who fill our lives with unconditional love, warmth and care! #HappyMothersDay
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Every child has a dream.

Donate today and help students like Aditya get one step closer to making theirs come true. Visit to give now! #EducateIndia
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“The [Dramebaaz] programme has four main objectives — boosting self-esteem, collaboration, confidence and problem-solving. We try to imbibe theatre skills in students,” said Prasanth Nori.

The Dramebaaz kids of Hyderabad recently performed at TEDxUlsoor. Read on for more about how they're growing through theatre! #EducateIndia #JoinTheMovement
The Dramebaaz programme has four main objectives boosting selfesteem collaborati

Art imitates life & vice versa for these schoolkids

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How can we tackle an education crisis affecting 320 million children? By doing our little bit.

Listen as Shaheen Mistri - Founder and CEO of Teach For India - shares what caused her to shift her approach to reimagining an excellent education! #EducateIndia #JoinTheMovement TEDxBandra
How can we tackle an education crisis affecting 320 million children By

Little Things That Matter - Reimagining Education | Shaheen Mistri | TEDxBandra

Shaheen Mistri, is an Indian social activist and educator. She is a founder of the Akanksha Foundation, an Indian educational initiative in Mumbai and Pune, ...

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After 17 months of filing rights to information (RTI), conducting research, petitioning, engaging media, connecting with elected representatives of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) and court time, Teach For India Alumnus Anurag Kundu and his team achieved a victory that will help give 12,000 children the free and compulsory education they deserve!

The High Court has now asked the MCD...
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After 17 months of filing rights to information RTI conducting research petitioning

Delhi High Court Asks MCD To Put Details Of Vacant Seats Online; Will Benefit 12,000 Children

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The ninth cohort of Teach For India Fellows officially began its journey as a part of the movement to end educational inequity!

They're kicking off their Fellowship with five weeks at Institute: a residential training program that will take them into local classrooms and the surrounding community, and leave them with a foundation of pedagogy and values to carry throughout their two years....
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The ninth cohort of Teach For India Fellows officially began its journey
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22 students from our schools in Pune are joining this year's Teach For India Institute training program as interns. They will help plan, design, and facilitate classes for new Fellows for the next ten weeks, alongside our Staff!

The kids - in grades 7 to 10 - are passionate about making quality education accessible to all children and will share critical perspectives from their own...
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Amandeep Kaur
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“After years of asking myself, what do I want to do, I began to ask myself, where do I need to be?” - Shaheen Mistri, Teach For India Founder & CEO.

Read on for the story of how Teach For India began and what drives Shaheen to give every day. #EducateIndia #JoinTheMovement
After years of asking myself what do I want to do I

Shaheen Mistri: Teaching India selflessness

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Makki Baenziger
Anila Hazarika
Students aren't just participants, they're equal stakeholders in the movement for educational equity.

Join us in Delhi this Saturday for a summit featuring our talented kids! #EducateIndia
Students arent just participants theyre equal stakeholders in the movement for educational
"The ripples of this learning spread fast, and unlike mainstream rote learning, this was easier to apply to their lives, and it was not based on particular correct answers or a set objective of inquiry. It led to greater academic outcomes and in some cases, changes in the family dynamics as well," says Ragini Lalit - Teach For India Alumnus.

Riyaaz was born out of a vision to bring arts to...
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The ripples of this learning spread fast and unlike mainstream rote learning

These Two Women Are Using Music & Poetry To Change The Way We Educate Our Children

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Anupama Jha
Rajesh Vishwakarma
Naseem Jauhar
A new cohort of leaders just joined the movement as Teach For India Alumni!

Bangalore's first batch of Fellows is ready to continue the journey after two amazing years pioneering the program in the city!

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A new cohort of leaders just joined the movement as Teach For India Alumni
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Praveena Naidu
Venkatesh Ravilla
It's the season finale of Little Voices, Big Ideas!

Alifiya & Sallauddin are raising awareness for the millions of children around the world who aren't allowed to go to school, but are forced to work. Follow these two talented students as they share examples of children who are raising their voices for those who can't study.

Watch them look back on the season and reflect on how fortunate...
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It's the season finale of Little Voices Big Ideas

Little Voices, Big Ideas - Episode 5: Child Labour (Season Finale)

In the last episode of this season, Alifiya and Sallauddin discuss the issue of child labour and once again talk about inspiring examples of children fightin...

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1 out of every 11 children in India work.

In the season finale of "Little Voices, Big Ideas" Alifiya and Sallauddin take on child labor, and look back on the amazing kids they've been fortunate to learn about!

Here's a sneak peek. Come back tomorrow for the full episode!

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Students from Chennai Public School, Saidapet, prepared a powerful 15-minute satire for an audience at Alliance Française covering religion, politics and domestic issues that they've experienced themselves.

Fellow Goutham Kumar says, “these are bright kids and we want them to realise what they are capable of. They are all willing to learn and eager to be better than the day before!"

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Students from Chennai Public School Saidapet prepared a powerful 15minute satire for

No kidding...these children are almighty

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Meenakshi Ranganathan
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Chennai Fellow Vedika and her students reoriented their class around Shiva, a student with a hearing impediment.

Listen to Teach For India Founder and CEO, Shaheen Mistri quickly recap how they did it, and think about what it would be like if all classrooms were reimagined! #EducateIndia TEDxBandra
Ishwarya Sankar
Ruchi Agarwal
Kruthika Mani
Cheriyal painting is a way to tell stories from the Puranas and epics, and about rural life. Once a thriving art form in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, it's now just found in one village.

Our students in Delhi worked with Happy Hands Foundation and The Heritage Lab to learn the craft and keep the tradition alive. They created their own scrolls over 30 sessions and took them back to their...
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Cheriyal painting is a way to tell stories from the Puranas and

The Storytellers Collective 2016-17

Happy Hands Foundation welcome you and your friends to our annual exhibition of The Storytellers Collective. The Collective brings together youth educators, ...

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