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Education Reform in Haryana, India

University of Oxford

This case study will investigate how nongovernmental agencies work with the Indian government to implement education reform programs aimed at improving the quality of education services for public school children. The project is focused on the K-12 Government education system in Haryana, India, which is responsible for education of 2,200,000+ students across 15,000 schools and employment of over 100,000 teachers. Saksham Haryana – a state-wide education transformation program – was launched in July 2017 to transform school education across elementary schools in Haryana. The University of Oxford Reach student team will work with an India-based partner, Samagra, to investigate the innovative initiative of teacher mentorship.