Factors of geography, parental and family background, culture and several local factors are crucial variables that make our educational problems unique. There is no one solution – a silver bullet – to solve the spectrum of educational problems facing India. They need unique, localized solutions.
This requires local change leaders who have deep understanding of their context as well as knowledge of educational change. India has seen several innovative approaches by young change leaders in the past, but they need support to strengthen their idea so that it can scale and sustain.
EduMentum believes that educational transformation is possible only through localised solutions embedded in empirical body of knowledge. Our roadmap to change involves choosing local change leaders and supporting them in shaping their innovative ideas.
When these change leaders would start collaborating and interacting with organisations across the country, the ideas will get cross pollinated and multiple approaches to finding solutions will evolve. Analysis and documentation of these approaches would result in a rich, indigenous body of knowledge. These would serve as tools for effective advocacy for systemic adoption.
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