The Kids Education Revolution is a bold and ambitious collective of schools and educational organizations that are working towards reimagining education at scale and are driven by a profound belief in the power of student leadership. It aims to influence the conversation of what constitutes an excellent education by listening to and learning from our children and youth to fulfill the individual potential of each child and the collective potential of our nation.

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Kids Speak

Kids Speak: Independence Then and Now

This post was contributed by Tanyaa Dalal, a grade 8 student from the Riverside School in Ahmedabad, India.   Independence When we hear this word Many great people come To our minds Mahatma Gandhi Jawaharlal Nehru Subhas Chandra Bose They risked Their lives for our Independence   But what does Independence mean? According to Google Baba Being independent is Being free from someone’s control But this is according to Google… What does it mean to, A child, a teen   For me Independence would mean Freedom to voice my choice And using it for good!   Having the power...

Kids Speak: Caring for Each Other in an Independent Society

This post was contributed by Radha Shrivastav, a grade 8 student from RPV IP Extension School in New Delhi, India.   Independence is very important in order to live a happy and safe life. Many people might think that being independent means having to freedom to do whatever they want but that is not true. To me, independence means that we live our lives in our own ways, making our own choices, as long as...

Kids Speak: Does Asking for Help Strip Away my Independence?

This post was contributed by Kavya Shah, a grade 9 student from the Riverside School in Ahmedabad, India.   The dictionary meaning of independence is – being free from outside control.  I can gauge from the meaning that, the day when you are able to stand up, and not let other people influence your conduct makes you truly independent. The idea of independence is free to perception. Some people might view it as a manner...

Kids Speak: One Girl’s Journey of Unleashing her Potential

Shy, hesitant, introverted are a few words that come into my head when I think of the Rutuja I was when I was in the 4th grade. I can visualise myself sitting in a corner and doing my usual work all by myself. I had friends, but it wasn’t bond where we shared about our lives, but where I followed what they did. However, my life transformed completely when I began the journey...