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We surveyed 290 school leaders in March 2020 amidst the COVID-19 crisis

They were struggling to conduct virtual classes and ensure the well-being of their students.

Project Light

We designed a 3-month program to support school leaders adapt to the COVID-19 crisis and its impact on their schools. Our modules included:

Student and Community Welfare

Student Engagement and Learning

Teacher Support

School Leader Wellbeing and Professional Development

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    School leaders/ educators signed up
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    Workshops were conducted by us
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    Hours on training spent between April - July 2020

We conducted a 5-part webinar on ‘Leadership in Crisis’ for 220 school leaders and officers.

Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Residential Education Society

Telangana Social Welfare Residential Education Society

We trained 208 mentor teachers to be instructional coaches and set up subject resource groups in Telangana. These mentor teachers will train 3500 teachers in the state.

Affordable Private Schools

We trained 125 school leaders of affordable private schools in Delhi, Telangana, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Goa, and Gujarat.

We conducted leadership training for 50 school leaders heading schools for the Tibetan government-in-exile.

Affordable Private Schools

Project Rise

Our 3 month program supports 100 school leaders navigate the long-term consequences of COVID-19 on their schools. The modules include:

School Reopening & Logistics

Remote & Blended Learning

Student & Community Well-Being

Project Shakti

A 6-month program designed to support 120+ school leaders leading all-girls schools in Andhra Pradesh.

Project Shakti’s objectives

Sensitise school leaders to the issues of gender inequity in education

Guide them on engaging girls remotely and ensuring girls feel supported

Ensuring girls re-enroll in schools as they open up

Our impact
  • 55,000
    Households surveyed to understand at-risk girls
  • 96%
    School leaders adopted gender-responsive leadership practices in their schools
  • 221
    Girls were married during the first wave of the pandemic. School leaders identified them and framed a strategy to ensure that these girls are reintegrated back into formal education
  • Gender Survey
    Department of Education recognised the problem of early marriages and issued a circular for school leaders to conduct a gender survey in order to prevent child marriages during the second wave

How We Did This