Watch Atishi, Ashish Dhawan and Rebecca Winthrop: Early Childhood Education During COVID19

October 1, 2021 at 5:30pm IST

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On Network Capital, we have always been exploring the contours of education to understand aspects of inclusion, access, social mobility and scale.

Despite the importance of Early Childhood Education (ECE), and of parental engagement in its success, little attention has been paid to its continuance during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the context of India, there has been no systematic evidence on the status of ECE delivery during school closures.

Rocket Learning along with Vidhi Legal and Akanksha collected data between April to June 2021, from 676 low-income urban households with 3-6-year-olds enrolled in pre-schools and 58 teachers dedicated to ECE delivery, in Maharashtra. 

Join in on October 1, 2021 at 5:30pm IST as they share the report and its findings -

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The report sheds light on the status of ECE delivery and who was able to access ECE during the pandemic. It further navigates the role that parents, teachers, and tech have played in enabling the continuance of ECE during school closures, with implications for enabling parental engagement and prioritization of ECE in the long run.

Panellists

Ashish Dhawan
Co-founder and CEO, Central Square Foundation

Atishi
Politician, Education, Activist and MLA, Member of Political Affairs Committee, Aam Aadmi Party

Rebecca Winthrop 
Senior Fellow and Co-Director, Universal Education at Brookings Institution

The session will be moderated by
Dhvani Mehta, Co-Founder and Lead, Health, Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy


Exploring Education on Network Capital

As you join in on the session on Oct 1, 2021, it might be worth exploring some of the themes and ideas they seek to explore.

In the past, we have hosted Mr. Ashish Dhawan for a podcast in which he walks us through

  1. Mental models for building a meaningful second career

  2. Art of being a contrarian

  3. How to combine distinct strands of thought and create something unique

  4. Deep-dive into India's education challenge along with implementable ideas to bring about change

  5. Critical importance of human capital development

  6. Nuances of building a career in the development sector

  7. The difference between important and urgent

Listen to the Podcast

We have also hosted the Rocket Learning Founding team - Namya, Azeez & Utsav. In the session, they talk about -

  1. Nuances of NEP 2020

  2. Thesis for building a parent-first edtech solution for early childhood learning

  3. The K12 edtech landscape in India

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