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 se...
Stories teach kids entrepreneurial skills @ school
 
21 design-driven stories teach 21 powerful entrepreneurial skills to children age 12-14 in 1,300 Grade 9 secondary government schools in Bihar, India. Girls in Grade 9 are at risk from dropping out of school next year. Every young person in our program receives a set of stories to take home, love and read. A set of stories that teach empowering skills to enable kids to grow up to get a job or create a job: how to identify a problem as an opportunity, take initiative, build a team and make a plan project reportread updates from the field
Going to School in India - Mini-Books for Children
 
'Going to School in India' books are a celebration of what school can be from going to school in a tent in the middle of a mud desert to going to school in the dark with solar lanterns. Each story features a real school in India where children come together to learn lessons that are relevant to their lives. These books are distributed to schools in slums and villages in India, children read about other children's experience of going to school and send us their reactions & feedback on a postcard. project reportread updates from the field
Story cards for 1.2 million Aanganwadi children
 
We want to tell you a story of a little girl. Intombazanyana okuthiwa Ayesha othanda izithelo kanye nonina . Uma unina Ayesha yambuza yini umama do, waphendula - Mothers ukwakha amabhuloho. This not a technical error. Imagine if this was your first day of school. For 1.2 Million children in Jharkhand, India, it is. Language is one of the biggest reasons children drop out of school between Grade 1 & Grade 3. We want to make 21 gorgeous story cards in 9 tribal languages. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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