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  1. Happy Schools PDG Raja Michael

  2. ‘Bad Schools’ in USA

  3. ‘Bad Schools’ in England

  4. ‘Bad Schools’ in Europe

  5. ‘Bad Schools’ in Australia

  6. ‘Bad Schools’ in India

  7. ‘Bad Schools’ in India

  8. ‘Bad Schools’ in India

  9. The survey • A survey done with • Government officials • Educationists • NGOs • Rotarians (on the field) • Questionnaire

  10. ‘The Questionnaire’ • How many boys / girls / teachers • Do they have computers / furniture / toilets • Do students have uniform / foot wear / meals • Dropout rates in various classes • Attendance percentage in classes • Do students pursue higher education

  11. The learning • Basic needs were common across the country • Specific needs varied by states • Transportation Vs Toilets • DGs met on 7th November and prioritized the needs • Immediate focus and subsequent focus

  12. The Immediate Needs • Uniform / Footwear • to instill a sense of pride • 80% of communicable diseases can be prevented • Safe drinking water • to ensure health and hygiene • Clean and safe classrooms • provide better ambience to ensure attendance

  13. Immediate needs . . . • Toilets • 58% of schools lack toilet facilities for girls • dropout rate is higher in boys up to grade VII • dropout for girls raises above boys after grade VIII • girls need toilet facilities • napkin changing / disposal facilities

  14. Basic needs . . . • Benches & Desks • for better student teacher interaction • better performance in public exams • Facility of Library for the schools having children exceeding the count of 200. • Well maintained space for teaching staff.

  15. Subsequent Focus • Computers • Notebooks and stationeries • Compound walls • To ensure security and safety

  16. The task • Construct new schools • 2% area has no schools • 8% are uncovered areas (5-6 km) • The Club’s role • identify schools which lack 4 Basic needs • provide them to make them ‘Happy Schools’ • The District’s Role • report initial assessment • submit completion report • Before and after photographs

  17. Assessment • Assessment by Rotarians and third party • Condition (maintenance) of donated items • Initial assessment in May 2014 • School dropout rates • Attendance percentage • Involvement of PTAs • Activities of School Management Board

  18. The recognitions • For adoption of a school • For completion of check box • Prompt reporting • Submission of photos • Statistical data on performance • Involvement of Rotarians • Publicity offered

  19. Happy Schools PDG Raja Michael PDG Raja Michael Governor: 2007 -08 R I District 3000 RajaMichael@GMail.com +91 98948 33333