India is facing a massive shortfall of teachers in primary and secondary schools. Estimates range from 1.2 million to over 3 million. Young Indians today want to become software engineers, doctors, scientists, even film makers. Have you come across someone who wanted to be a teacher lately?
Meet Nirali Vasisht. a Teach For India Fellow. She isn’t just making her students learn to read and write. Working with children from schools with very limited resources, she is reshaping their future. She is pushing their boundaries, preparing them to think on their own. Not to depend on her, but solve their own problems, and be responsible for their learning.
Join Nirali in one of her classes and see how she is changing the destiny of those who may have been lost otherwise along the way.
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Teach For India is a nationwide movement of outstanding college graduates and professionals working towards eliminating educational inequity in India. To know more about them visit http://www.teachforindia.org/