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LBSNAA, Mussoorie , Jun 9. Transforming school education in India An opportunity for Public-Private Partnerships. GDP / Capita in current USD. Education is a key ingredient for sustained national growth. South Korea. Breaking through the middle income trap.

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    1. LBSNAA, Mussoorie, Jun 9 Transforming school education in India An opportunity for Public-Private Partnerships

    2. GDP / Capita in current USD Education isa key ingredient forsustained national growth South Korea Breaking through the middle income trap Breaking through the middle income trap Thailand China Middle income India

    3. Indian Education System- An Overview Source: DISE 2012-13, SEMIS 2012-13, MHRD Analysis of Budgeted Expenditure on Education 2013 • Largest in the world • 25 crore children • 15 lakh schools • Public spend on education • Rs. 3.6 lakh crores (~ USD 60 billion)

    4. Dropout Nation? Source: DISE 2012-13, SEMIS 2012-13 97% children in India enter Class 1 Only 35% will reach Class 12

    5. Schooling Isn’t Learning By Class 5 47% children cannot read Class 2 level text 75% children are unable to do simple division At the end of primary school our children are already 2 to 3 yrs behind Source: ASER 2013

    6. An Emerging Superpower or a State of EMERGENCY?

    7. There is a quality crisis in Indian education Our nation is at risk Our demographic dividend can turn into disaster if we don’t act NOW!

    8. New models are urgently required to provide quality education to all our children Various stakeholders, public and private, need to work in collaboration to find solutions to this intractable problem

    9. Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Education

    10. PPPs are One Way to Approach the Education Crisis in India. They Have the Potential to -

    11. CASE STUDYMumbai PPP Framework Initiative championed by Shri Ashish Kumar Singh (IAS) • Partners • Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai • Akanksha, Muktangan, Aseema, 3.2.1 (all non-profits) • Overall Goal • Improve quality of education delivery in MCGM schools and win children back into MCGM schools • Role of Partners • Complete autonomy in principal/ teacher selection, teacher training, progressive pedagogy • Staff salaries • Role of MCGM • Rent free access to school building, All govt. entitlements to students • Reimbursement to partner on per child basis (up to 60%)

    12. CASE STUDYGujarat Gunotsav Initiative championed by Shri HasmukhAdhia (IAS) • Partners • Govt. of Gujarat • Educational Initiatives / EI (for-profit) • Overall Goal • Implement large scale student learning assessment to measure system’s progress and plan improvement • Role of EI • Preparation of assessments, Data analysis • Capacity building of state/ district personnel in building/ using student assessments • Role of Govt. • Test administration, Dissemination of results • Initiate school improvement programmes based on school evaluation

    13. CASE STUDYSchool Leadership Development • Partners • Govt. of Rajasthan • Kaivalya Education Foundation/ KEF (non profit) • Overall Goal • Capacity building of 1,200 school leaders across Udaipur, Churu, Jhunjhunu • Model • Support services to govt. schools • Role of KEF • Workshops, coaching and support from Gandhi fellows

    14. Common Features of Successful PPP Arrangements

    15. The opportunities are immense… …what is required is the willingness to trust each other and work on systemic reform as partners in progress

    16. About Central Square Foundation Policy Networks Entrepreneurship 3 Pillars of Our Theory of Change Vision All children in India, irrespective of their social and economic status, will get a high quality education that prepares them to be responsible and productive citizens KeyFocus Areas High Quality Affordable Schools Human Capital Development Technology in Education Accountability and Governance

    17. www.centralsquarefoundation.org Facebook: /CentralSquareFoundation Twitter: @CSF_India shruti@centralsquarefoundation.org