The idea behind restructuring education governance is to devolve power systemically to the primary stakeholders, so that their active engagement improves the quality of the education system.
This gradual democratization process will produce constructive and consistent articulation in decision-making processes across various levels of governance...
The traditional system measures a child’s intelligence by his or her ability to acquire and reproduce information. Our traditional educational ecosystem is oriented around this one-point agenda, which, while it looks effective, fails to assess true worth. The Foundation envisages a process of learning and evaluation that nurtures, and more accurately represents, the full range of a child’s abilities...
The Foundation believes that a teacher's role is to facilitate learning, not merely deliver information. To do so, the teacher must have a stake in the process of self-development and growth alongside the student. Empowering teachers is one of the keys to transforming the system.