It is education once again appearing on The Better India.
Samanth Subramanian writes in this article at The Mint about the “Teach for India” campaign:
Around this time next year, 100 fresh college graduates will find themselves back in the classroom—but this time they’ll be standing in the front, teaching.
They may not want to be teachers, they may have no teaching degrees, and they may never teach again. But, for two years they’ll work in primary schools as part of the inaugural batch of the Teach For India, or TFI, campaign.
The initiative is funded wholly by the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation.
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