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Another Day, Another Exam

This blog post was written by Varshini Srinivasan, staff member at Teach For India. The school bus pulled into the driveway like it did every morning. Other students were milling about the courtyards and the dining hall, talking about this and that. I stepped out of the bus, my hands clasped around my school bag, and walked surreptitiously into the Secondary Block, the building where grades 9 through 12 were housed. Teachers were walking...

Quick Tips! Avoid Being Hijacked By The Test

This blog post was written by Zoë Hauser, Head of Primary School at B.D. Somani International School, and Varshini Srinivasan, staff member at Teach For India. When a child is able to perfectly regurgitate onto an answer sheet of test paper, can we really say that the child has learned anything at all? If that same child is then put in a position in their real lives where they might have to think critically...

Teach For India Mumbai Hosts Elementary Education Conference

Last month, Teach for India hosted an Elementary Education Conference that brought together a variety of stakeholders that engaged in a dialogue about what is really important to the development of our younger students. Inspired by an idea that stemmed from casual conversations and observations, this conference aimed to shift what elementary education means to TFI’s elementary educators, and thereby impact the cascading effect those formative years have on secondary education by shifting...