Fixing Haryana’s broken education system at scale

Seema Bansal from BCG shares her powerful and interesting experiences with trying to fix low levels of learning outcomes in an Indian state as dense as Peru. I particularly enjoyed the nuanced insight on a very broadly accepted (through hearsay) idea that teachers in public schools have a low rate of attendance and are disinterested in their students and improving learning quality. I also felt excited about the power of the minutest of curriculum interventions she describes (I will leave that as a mystery), and the power of a tight communication loop with teachers and school administrators – through a very customer-centric approach. I definitely look forward to reading a thorough report to learn more.

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