What we do
Our Innovation

We improve learning outcomes for Government primary school children, with the help of an innovative learning methodology and tech-enabled monitoring that helps teachers be the best version of themselves.

Our strategic priorities up to 2025 are:
→ Transform learning outcomes for 20 million children.
By training and handholding 200k teachers.
Building a teach first culture within the education system in India.

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$1 Innovation.
Sampark Smart Shala

Most children studying in India’s 740,000 goverment primary schools cannot do simple Math or construct a sentence in english.

“…this is a very innovative intervention that is bringing excitement back into the classroom and significantly improving learning outcomes…”
– Dr. Raman Singh, Chief Minister, Chhattisgarh

The Sampark Smart Shala is being rolled out in all Government primary schools in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand

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The challenge of learning outcomes in India

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Have 20 hours free in a week? Have an innovative idea to transform primary education? Pick an idea. Create a plan. And just like that, you can become our next community crusader.


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Upcoming events and launches

Launch of #GiftABook #WriteALetter
Launch of #GiftABook #WriteALetter

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Learn: Launch of Teachers-only e-zine
Learn: Launch of Teachers-only e-zine

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Launch Sampark Smart Teacher’s App
Launch Sampark Smart Teacher’s App

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India Innovation <br> Conclave
India Innovation
Conclave

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Reported in the world’s top publications

Sampark Foundation’s work has been reported in Fortune, Forbes, Foreign Policy and is now a Harvard Business School case story, being taught in management courses all over the globe.

Blogs

Our 100-strong team travels over 15,000 kms to some of the remotest corners of the country, bringing with them much-needed help, support and guidance for rural primary school teachers. Read some of our most inspiring stories here.