In the article the author talks about how and why visionary schools are important in the present times. The author makes his case by giving the example of GMR Chinmaya Vidyalaya.
On a visit to Bulgaria, Manaswini Sridhar gets a peek into how the education system works in Bulga
Goa’s Bookworm is a small company that started out as a lending library but has now grown to include several literacy initiatives in its bouquet of programmes, one such being the Mobile Outreach Programme. This intervention is all about taking books and book reading and story telling to disadvantaged children in several diverse pockets of Goa.
We have all heard that the Waldorf system of education is an extremely child-friendly teaching-learning environment. Here is a glimpse into the world of Waldorf.
The word ‘education’ means a lot more than just learning math and science. A more basic purpose of education is to instill in children an ethical way of life. And instead of having boring lectures on moral values, a project called School Cinema hopes to do this in a fun and interesting way.
Art is enjoyable but it can also be a shared experience with a deeper meaning. Read on to know about this unique Dream Creative Art Programme which uses art to teach life skills to children.
This is the story of Sayali Dubash, a young mother, who took it upon herself to build a small computer lab for a Zilla Parishad Girls school near her home.
After-school centres for children are mushrooming in every Indian city. Here’s taking a look at some such centres in Hyderabad.
Another inspiring story from Civil Society of how a teacher transforms a government school in Tamilnadu.
This is the story of a government school headmaster, also an inspired maths teacher, who made it his mission to make the subject easy and interesting , and also changed the ambience of the government school where he worked.