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Reading is a critical skill that children only develop through practice!

Visit Snapdeal at [ Bit.ly Link ] to send books directly to underprivileged students across India. The books your purchase will be delivered to deserving youth in our classrooms! #EducateIndia
Reading is a critical skill that children only develop through practice
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06/23/2017 at 06:27. Facebook
Almas dreams of becoming a software engineer.

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Almas dreams of becoming a software engineer
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06/22/2017 at 10:01. Facebook
"Earlier I used to work in a technology company, helping my clients design new softwares, but now I design lives and create a lasting impact in direct and indirect ways."

2016 Fellow Anshumaan Goel was an engineer at Samsung Electronics in both Korea and Delhi. Read his reflections on what it's like to work at the grassroots of education. #EducateIndia #JoinTheMovement
Earlier I used to work in a technology company helping my clients

Endurance Produces Little Sparks Of Light

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06/21/2017 at 04:30. Facebook
Do you remember having a pen pal?

Here's what ninth-grader Kavipriya, a student at CHS Kottur in Chennai, wrote to her new friend, Jasmine, a student in Darwin, Australia. Stay tuned for more from these global pen pals!
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Kavya Giridharan has been dancing for as long as she can remember. She's not only founded her own dance company - Black Swan Dance, she's created a unique dance genre too.

Read about how this Teach For India Alumnus-turned-entrepreneur is swaying to her own tune! #EducateIndia #JoinTheMovement
Kavya Giridharan has been dancing for as long as she can remember

Swaying to different tunes

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"Dungar’s father is a cloth merchant and Ritik’s father is a sweeper."

Two Teach For India students will be spending the summer at an Ivy-league school. Here's how they made the seemingly impossible happen! #EducateIndia #JoinTheMovement
"Dungar’s father is a cloth merchant and Ritik’s father is a sweeper"

From municipal school to a summer at Wharton

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"For every person who decided to step forward and address the room, the audience thumped the wooden desk-tops in encouragement – a rumbling of thunder that would reverberate long after the room emptied itself, as a reminder of the support and companionship that exists amongst the Fellows."

Fellow Durbar is a unique space for Fellows to teach each other almost anything. #JoinTheMovement...
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For every person who decided to step forward and address the room

Of Strength in Sharing: Fellow Durbar

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"Canberra is either hot, or cold, there is absolutely no in-between," writes Pat, a ninth-grader in Teach For Australia Associate Zoe Rothfield's class.

Zoe and Associate Hannah Morris, along with Teach For India Fellow Viveka Rajagopal, launched a pen pal program across borders in February. Students in their classes in Canberra, Chennai and Darwin are learning the art of letter writing...
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Canberra is either hot or cold there is absolutely no inbetween writes

Letters from Melba Copland Secondary School, Canberra - Teach For Australia

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What might ninth graders in Chennai, Darwin and Canberra have in common?

A group of Teach For Australia and Teach For India students are discovering what life is like in far-flung destinations by trading letters and new making friends! Here's what Abhinisha, from CHS Kottur in Chennai, shared with Audrey from Melba Copland Secondary School in Canberra.

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"Preeti needed to learn to form better relationships with her family to invest them into her education, and arithmetic and literacy weren’t helping her learn that."

Jigyasa Labroo - a 2014 Teach For India Fellow - started Slam Out Loud three years ago to use slam poetry to empower children. It's now incorporated under Arts for Social Change India.

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Preeti needed to learn to form better relationships with her family to

Slam-Out-Loud: Helping Children Express Their Stories & Dreams Through Poetry

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Give students like Rahul a chance to make their dreams come true!

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“Children should be taught to stand up for what they believe in,” says Teach For India Alumnus Anurag Kundu.

He spent 18 months fighting for students who were denied an education due to violations of the Right To Education Act. Read about his work and the court battle he won to ensure that children of all backgrounds can go to school! #EducateIndia #JoinTheMovement
Children should be taught to stand up for what they believe in

Meet The Teacher Who Fought To Give 12,000 Children Their Right To Education | Youth Ki Awaaz

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“If these kids can’t go to a camp, then why not bring the camps to them?” asks Fellow Milind Chandwani.

He started Camp Diaries to identify and nurture the hidden talents and interests of children and teach them to learn independently and pursue their passions. Camp Diaries has already impacted more than 900 students from 7 different government and low-income private schools.

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If these kids cant go to a camp then why not bring

When Govt School Students Could Not Go to Summer Camps, These Youngsters Took the Camps to Them

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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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