Consistent academic results and evidence that learning levels are improving in the schools we work in across urban, rural and tribal areas saw the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai invite Naandi to partner in the country's first ever school transformation drive.
This venture took place in 28 government schools where school teachers were trained to teach effectively in English, and to create learning aids along with learning management tools such as assessments, tracking of learning levels of each child, customising teacher training and conducting teaching capability audits.
Cooperative Reflective Learning methods were used to train teachers of Urdu medium schools to manage multi-level classes. Teachers begun using listening skills and empathy, core coaching skills, self reflection and introspection to help every student achieve learning competencies. 740 teachers in 62 schools were trained for the first time in learning management.
Naandi ensured that 10,000 students, none of whose families speak in English, begun using English as the medium to study different subjects in their schools.