We hope children will never know. Join us in a mission to help India's children read.
The library and storytelling initiative has 5 govt schools and 5low budget private schools catering over 100 low-income family's children. These children come from the underserved community and really lack resources. Help us reach to these kids with brilliant stories and perspectives. These books will go a long way in helping the children understand the world out there and spread literacy among them.
'Reading can take you places you have never been before. - Dr. Seuss' Prajayatna is a development initiative working to improve the quality of education in public schools. The intent of the approach is to facilitate and support children's learning in a manner that they are able to apply what they learn in school to various real life situations. At a primary stage the approach focuses on 'learning how to learn' which in turn emphasizes building of abilities of children – like abilities to create, evaluate, recall, analyze, remember, understand and apply – to be adaptive learners throughout their lives.
The school library truly the heart of the school, stimulating currents to go out of it into every corner of the school. Knowledge is everyone’s birthright and it empowers children to be well informed free from bids and prejudice. The project is designed to reach out to 30000 tribal students who are getting educated in the government Ashram Schools. The selected schools are situated in the tribal pockets of Palghar District. The aim of the project is to link these students to all available source of knowledge by setting up centralized libraries in all 30 schools linked with internet.
We are a class of 70 5th graders studying in a government model primary school in Bengaluru. The students are first generation english language learners. They belong to low income community. I have been teaching them literacy in english language since a year. I have seen tremendous curiosity in them to learn the language through story reading. Hence, I want them to get exposed to a wide variety of stories and become independent readers. I hope that reading becomes a habit to them and fires their imagination of this fantastic world.
We are a bunch of 40 people who wish to read and learn amid all our constraints. We are from Govt. Primary School, Gandhi Nagar, Hyderabad. We, the 'Pathfinders' - Class V believe that we can find the right path only with the help from good books. So, we have decided to read as many books as possible: to find and stay on our paths. It is usually said that a good book will change our lives forever. Lend your hand and change our lives.
Myself Anshuman Singh and I'm a proud Gandhi Fellow working in Aspirational district Sonbhdra . During my Community Immersion (a Fellowship process) i stayed in Kataundhi village for 20 days and I observed that there is no any environment to study in village after the school time and that’s why SLO is very low. Villagers are also not capable of creating that kind of environment for their children. I and government teacher did healthy conversation with Gram Pradhan and decided to create a ‘Gram Shiksha Unnayan Samiti’ and open a community library in Samudayaik Bhavan of the village.