Educational inequity is #Solvable

Anne Applebaum talks to Dr. Urvashi Sahni — a social entrepreneur, women’s rights activist and educationist — about redefining education and curricula.

Urvashi Sahni is the Founder and Chief Executive of Study Hall Educational Foundation, which directly provides education to over 4000 students. Under the Foundation, she has established three K-12 schools providing affordable, high-quality rights-based education to over 1000 girls from urban slums. She is the co-founder and director of the Digital Study Hall, which extends the pedagogical practices developed by the foundation to rural and urban schools in Uttar Pradesh and reaches over 1,000,000 students and teachers. She is a non-resident fellow at the Center for Universal Education – Brookings Institution.

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