Government-run schools in Tijara block are stretched for resources and manpower, leading to poor instructional quality, low learning outcomes and dropout rate of 90% by class 10th. The average student to teacher ratio is 60 to 1. Girls discontinue studies after 5th grade because there are no toilets, no drinking water facilities, and no mode of transportation. Additionally, our Partner schools are poorly supplied with resources and the majority are left without sufficient teaching staff.
SST has worked with 10 government schools. 4 schools are equipped with 32 computers offering students and teachers the opportunity to join the 21st century with basic computer training and internet access which opens doors to the world. The reading corner provides age appropriate books and magazines in Hindi & English. Green wall & nutri garden in these school help them in growing vegetables for their mid day meal.Resource teacher appointed will run computer labs and work with child parliament.
Literacy measurements and national test scores will improve. More students will graduate from primary and secondary school and be college ready. Students and teachers will be computer literate and gain 21st Century skills for the marketplace. Problem of malnutrition will reduce. Child parliament will help them in understanding democratic values and respect democracy.