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A child using a Rangeet worksheet in Ranchi, Jharkhand.

Teaching SEEK At Scale with the Help of the Government of Jharkhand and CRY

Efficiently integrating into existing systems to teach a breadth of skills at scale Introduction The Ranchi District Administration (RDA), in collaboration with the NGO Child Rights and You (CRY), implemented a pilot intervention in 5 government middle schools in Ranchi, India, using Rangeet’s Social Emotional and Ecological Knowledge (SEEK)© codified lessons. The participating schools were …

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An image of a classroom during a Rangeet activity.

How Rangeet Empowered Students in Dehradun with A Breadth of Skills

Leveraging technology and proprietary SEEK curriculum to reduce educational inequity Introduction In 2021, Aasraa Trust, a non-profit organisation in Dehradun, India, partnered with Rangeet to teach SEEK to underprivileged children.  The program was initially piloted in 6 schools and 6 learning centres, reaching 269 students.  The success of the pilot project led to further SEEK …

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How Rangeet's Curriculum is Aligned to India's National Education Policy & National Curriculum Framework

How Rangeet’s Curriculum is Aligned to India’s National Education Policy & National Curriculum Framework

Rangeet uses playful learning methods and the understanding of multiple intelligences to teach in the way different brains think and learn. But the curriculum is structured in a manner that aligns to the Indian National Education Policy, 2020 and to the National Curriculum Framework, 2023. Read on to find out how, from its Content (where …

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Creating Equitable Classrooms

Rangeet was founded on the premise that quality education is every child’s universal right and that current education systems in most countries do not prepare children to thrive. The following reasons / conditions support our beliefs: Most government education systems and low fee private schools, especially in developing countries, teach in a rote learning style …

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