January 20, 2021
India’s demographic dividend can propel it to dizzying heights, but much of it depends on the quality of our school education. India has doubled its investment in education over the past decade but the learning outcomes leave much to be desired. Ramji Raghavan, a social innovator and founder of the Agastya International Foundation explains, how the shift from ‘what to think’ to ‘how to think’, as well as the hands-on application of learnings, can transform the situation. Agastya is one of the largest hands-on science and innovation learning programmes in the world.