Opinion November 8, 2018
Seemant Dadwal 5 min read
Parents from low-income families often struggle to find the time to support their children, are alienated from educational systems themselves, and lack access to the networks that middle- and higher-income parents have.
ETC June 12, 2018
VoxEU 6 min read
Indian men seeking education and jobs are reluctant to cross state borders. India’s system of ‘fragmented entitlements’ is to blame, given state-level benefits and residents getting preferred treatment for higher education and government jobs.
Opinion March 28, 2018
Mahesh Vee 4 min read
Our schooling system fails to address the many inter-linked factors that influence children's development. If education continues to be viewed as a proxy for employability, our children may not acquire the skills relevant for the future of work.
CSR & Consulting February 28, 2018
Ahmed Irfan Sana Kazi 4 min read
Designing a programme for scale and implementing it on the ground can be two different things altogether. Here are some lessons on the things to consider while taking a programme from research to reality.
Opinion November 16, 2017
Aarti Mohan Rathish Balakrishnan 5 min read
Despite much investment in the education sector, learning outcomes have declined. Where are we going wrong? This article, based on a landscape study of funding in the education space, points out where the focus must lie for sector-level impact.
Opinion June 29, 2017
Azad Oommen 4 min read
Approaches to tackling development problems are most effective when they entail working within existing systems. In this article, Azad Oomen points to ways in which the education sector has managed to do just that, and highlights the lessons learned.