Enabling digital access for one million children from low-income communities in India and demonstrating improved learning outcomes by 2025
EdTech solutions have helped address several challenges like learning backlog and attendance in schools. With classes going virtual, teachers had to evolve with a totally new method of teaching. COVID-19 has widened the existing gap in student learning, especially with the economically underprivileged unable to benefit from EdTech solutions.
GiveIndia, along with Michael & Susan Dell Foundation and Sattva, is launching the initiative to bridge the digital divide and ensure quality education for the underprivileged children in India.
The British Asian Trust has been pioneering the use of outcome financing instruments in India. They join as a member of the Steering Committee. As a key partner they will bring learnings from their wider work in outcomes financing projects in education and are committed to enabling new partnerships for the Bharat EdTech Initiative
The program takes a holistic approach towards EdTech – through increasing awareness, onboarding proven solutions, increasing adoption with the support of parents, and making solutions more affordable. Ensuring equitable access for girls is a key focus area of the program.
Partners such as El-Mindspark, Toppr, Vedantu, and ConveGenius, all of whom were chosen through a strict evaluation of their EdTech learning solutions during the pandemic, have been onboarded.
The PAN-India initiative aims to provide access to quality EdTech learning solutions for students from underprivileged communities and change the way students learn at home.
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We are looking for other potential Bharat EdTech Initiative partners to support this program. Corporates can fund this initiative across various categories – incentive based payments, hardware support, knowledge and assessment costs.
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