Around 130 million school-going children in India study in primary grades. But, 7 out of 10 children have not attained the foundational literacy and numeracy (FLN) skills required for success in higher studies. As a result, they cannot advance as productive citizens of the country.
We aim to ensure the attainment of foundational learning outcomes for over half a million children by 2025.
We are community partners of a nation-wide initiative that aims to enhance learning outcomes for first-generation digital learners by leveraging at-home learning time through proven EdTech solutions.
We are directly impacting the learning outcomes of 18000 students in 450 classrooms across 6 cities in India. We do this by building the capacity of 500 teachers through a hybrid delivery model.
We helped 15000 teachers in 1000 schools across the under-resourced communities of India with ready-to-use lessons to improve at-home learning for 300000 students during COVID-19-related school closures.
We trained teachers in the core academic unit to enhance content creation process and facilitated content distribution for 12 lakh students. We also conducted workshops over 6 days for trainers from DIET, SCERT to improve the facilitation skills of the participants.
Tripled the % of students achieving grade level outcomes in numeracy and literacy in 72 schools across three cities. We could also help the same schools sustain these learning gains through the pandemic.
Improved teaching-learning practices of 2500 teachers across 80 schools in Mumbai, Hyderabad & Bengaluru. An independent evaluation showed that there was 18% growth in teachers performance between 2017-2019.
Holistically improved learning outcomes for 200 students in Mumbai. The learnings and best practices derived at school laid the foundations for all our future programs. The school was then transitioned to the Akanksha Foundation.
Former Director - Education, Christel House India
I commend 321's team for their passion and commitment to improving the quality of the teaching learning process. I have seen them constantly learning and innovating to ensure that there is synergy between pragmatism and creativity in their curriculum and training programs. They constantly audit their programs and make sure that all stakeholder needs are addressed.
CEO & MD, Central Square Foundation
When we began our collaboration in 2013, the mandate seemed onerous but 321 took charge by saying they will show children can learn & are learning. By designing (printing & delivering) curriculum as well as aligned in-class student resources supported by teacher training, they have done just that. They achieve their stretch goals and then begin aiming even higher!