Thousands of tribal communities in India cannot access qualitative or effective school education. Thousands of children come out of schools barely able to read. This project will provide quality teaching learning material and teacher training to develop reading and overall education for children in remote villages in tribal districts of Odisha in India . It is based on a proven stress free child centred model of teaching for first generation school children, developed by Agragamee
Tribals Districts of Odisha have some of the lowest literacy rates in India. Despite schools in almost every village, learning levels are dismal. Thousands drop out of 5th, 6th, 7th Grades quite illiterate others come out of high schools barely able to read. Major reason is poorly developed TLM and poorly trained teachers. This project will help tribal children read and get a qualitative education in South Odisha known for poverty and underdevelopment
This project will provide teachers, training supports, quality teaching learning material (TLM) and guidance for teachers in use of material and effective teaching, to significantly improve learning levels of children in primary schools. It is based on the proven model for primary education of first generation school children developed by Agragamee in Agragamee Schools.
The project will provide primary education to 2000 children, and help them for for further education. It will produce a first generation of literates for poor tribal communities, helping the community take informed decisions to climb out of poverty. It will also provide an example of quality TLM, effective teacher training, and a model primary education method and approach for first generation school children that can be upscaled to address illiteracy in all tribal districts in India