Improve learning for 100,000 kids in rural India!

May 24, 2013

Setting the ground !

TTF plans to run its 6 month Darpana programme with 5 days of workshops and 3 rounds of school based support for fresh teachers. For teachers who have undergone the programme in the past, 3 days of customized training and 2 rounds of support will be given. In addition, Heads of the primary schools will also be trained through our Samartha programme with 8 days of workshops over 6 months.

We initially planned to train 250 teachers and 50 heads of schools during 2013-14 with support from Global Giving.  Till date we have received funds to train only 50 teachers.  TTF will commence the training programme in the month of June – July 2013. The team is working towards gaining permission from the Government Department to work with teachers and heads, selecting the clusters and teachers/heads for the programme. We have conducted 4 days of Train the Trainer Programme for our internal facilitators.  

We will draw a training calender for training very soon and the same will be communicated with the Department officials and there-after with the schools.


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Project Leader

Prakash Nedungadi

Bangalore, Karnataka India

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