Going to School Fund

Going to School creates design-driven stories to teach India's poorest children skills at school. We're an award-winning nonprofit trust with a 10-year track record of inspiring millions of children in India to stay in school, learn skills, use their education to transform their lives and create their own opportunities. Our journey began in 2003 when we created Going to School in India, a children's book that tells 25 stories of what school can be, from going to school in a tent in a desert to going to school in the dark with solar lanterns. We made the book into a pioneering TV series that aired on India's leading television networks reaching 65 million children. Our next series, Girl Stars...

Stories teach kids entrepreneurial skills @ school

Stories teach kids entrepreneurial skills @ school
Photo from Progress Report 'Let's go to the bank (at school)' (view small | med | large | orig)

My teacher is an entrepreneur

My teacher is an entrepreneur
Photo from Progress Report 'Stories from Bihar: How we're doing' (view small | med | large | orig)

Getting to the bottom of it: solving problems!

Getting to the bottom of it: solving problems!
Photo from Progress Report 'Stories from Bihar: How we're doing' (view small | med | large | orig)

My Family Tree

My Family Tree
Photo from Progress Report 'Stories from Bihar: How we're doing' (view small | med | large | orig)

Postcards from girls

Postcards from girls
Photo from Progress Report 'Girls in Rajasthan read Girl Stars books' (view small | med | large | orig)
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