Pay the Good Schools Alliance (GSA) annual contribution of Rs 25,000/-.
Attend orientation, and the principal appoints a Good Schools Alliance coordinator.
The schools may take ownership of programmes based on their interest, resources, and bandwidth.
The GSA schools focus on fostering student and teacher agency.
GSA logo and citation provided to the school, they may use/display in their communications, on the website and other media.
Brand positioning and incentivisation for principals, schools and program partners.
The Good School Program is a well-known initiative that aims to improve the overall quality of education in India. It has been implemented in various schools nationwide and has effectively brought about positive changes in the school system.
One of the major impacts of this program has been a significant improvement in students' academic performance. The program focuses on a holistic approach to education, which considers academic performance and the child's overall development. This has led to better learning outcomes, as students are academically strong and well-rounded.
Another positive impact of the My Good School Program is the development of critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving skills in students. The program encourages students to think outside the box and develop innovative solutions to problems, an essential skill for success in today's world.
Furthermore, the program has also helped to promote inclusivity and diversity in the classroom. By emphasising the importance of tolerance and respect for others, students are exposed to different cultures and perspectives, which helps to broaden their horizons and promote understanding.
Overall, the My Good School Program has significantly impacted the schooling system in India. While there is still much work to be done to improve the country's education quality, initiatives like this are an essential step in the right direction.
We host the Annual My Good School Retreat and offer an experience of the curriculum to spread the joy of learning. The residential program brings together individuals and schools and offers young people an opportunity to connect, communicate, collaborate and create, focusing on activities for Service, Skill, Sport and Study.
The first Retreat was hosted in October 2016 at the village of Bali in Rajasthan; now, we have moved the event to Dehradun, the town often looked up to as the schooling capital of India.
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