Teach For India’s Kids Education Summit Happening In Delhi
The evening will see power-packed performances and panel discussions with Amitabh Kant and Barkha Dutt and Ashish Dhawan. The summit brings together over 550 participants re imagining education.
Teach For India, the 3rd Edition of ‘Kids Education Revolution’ National Summit comes to New Delhi on 8th and 9th February, 2020 at The American Embassy School. The summit will be preceded by an opening ceremony- KER Night at K.V.Auditorium, Delhi Cantonment from 6:30pm to 9:00pm on 7th February.
An original program from Teach For India’s Innovation Cell, Kids Education Revolution is an ambitious collective of organizations and schools, who have come together to re imagine education at scale and are driven by the power of student leadership.At the Summit, participants will get the chance to go through the “Museum of Grey Sunshine”- a museum experience, it will showcase the truth of the education system in India.
Through the rest of the day, participants will get to take part in Re imagining Sessions that will push their thinking and provide them with takeaways. These sessions include thought-provoking topics like “Student Governance”, “Sports in Education” and “Schools by and for Children”.
The event will see attendance from notable personalities from the education sector, such as representatives from Riverside School, FunSkool, MaxIndia and Simple Education Foundation. The summit will also see Teach For All network partners from USA, Armenia and China, who will bring enriching insights from their context to the platform for shared growth.
KER Night, a magical evening in celebration of student voice, participants will see children from diverse backgrounds share their views on a re imagined education through poetry, art, music, dance, and story-telling. The evening will also see power-packed performances from Manzil Mystics, Ridhima Pandey, Nimo Patel and the Umang Theater Group, in addition to moving panel discussions with Amitabh Kant and Barkha Dutt and Ashish Dhawan.
The hope is that this inspiring coming together of ideas will enable children to become leaders of today and not just the future.