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Large Scale Education Programmes takes our expertise in assessments, educational research, and technology-based personalized adaptive learning for children in low income government schools. We specialize in systemic capacity building projects, impact assessment studies, and research that aim to bring learning outcome oriented reform in education.

Stories from the field

LSEP has partnered with the Government of Rajasthan to collectively support government school teachers in improving learning outcomes of students through the use of Mindspark Bhasha. This programmes is currently reaching about 10,000 students in 70 government schools of Rajasthan with potential to scale to more schools and states.

Introduction to the GIF project, promise of Edtech based on evidence

Challenges to the education sector; how P&G aims to strengthen the ecosystem; how Mindspark addresses these challenges

LSEP Projects

Over the past few years, LSEP has worked on education projects across India, Bhutan, Maldives & Ethiopia in multiple languages with different grades for more than 10 million students. We want to transform the education system from rote learning to learning with understanding for all.

  • Educational Initiatives partnered with Hindustan Zinc Limited

    Educational Initiatives partnered with Hindustan Zinc Limited to improve learning outcomes of 3,000+ students in Rajasthan and Uttarakhand through Mindspark program.

  • Mindspark in Rajasthan Government Schools

    Mindspark introduced for improving Language Comprehension and Mathematics in Hindi language in 70 government schools in Rajasthan.

  • Read Alliance: Rigorous Early Grade Reading Diagnostics

    Creation of an accurate and intuitive diagnostic e-tool for Hindi language (mother tongue). The objective of the project was to address the important pedagogic need for an accurate and reliable diagnosis of challenges faced by 10,000 children in the age group of 6 to 10 years reading in class I to V.

  • Young Lives Secondary School Survey

    Assessment of English & Math of secondary school children in India, Vietnam and Ethiopia.

  • Time on Task Study in Secondary Schools

    A study to document and analyse the current use of teachers’ classroom time and identify good practice to improve classroom teaching in Mathematics and Language.

  • Bihar State-Wide Student Assessments

    Largest state-wide census assessments covering 58 lakh children across Bihar.

  • Evaluation of Activity-Based Learning as a means of Child-Friendly Education

    The project is a research study commissioned by UNICEF to evaluate the activity based learning methodology being adopted in schools in 7 states in India - Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.

  • Establishing Benchmarks of Student Learning

    A study to understand actual learning levels of children in a range of class 3rd to 7th in the Indian school systems.

  • Gujarat Board Exam Reform

    A study to understand the best exam practices followed by other state and international boards and making recommendations to improve Gujarat state board 10th grade examination.

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  • Study on Student Learning

    One of the largest studies conducted in 18 states and 1 union territory of India to understand the learning levels of students.

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  • Annual Status of Student Learning

    5 year comprehensive improvement project with Bhutan.

  • Study on Student Learning in the Metros

    Research Study to understand how well are children learning in the top schools of our country.


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EI Dialogues

As a step towards building the conversation on education for social impact, EI has launched a video series where we intend to meet education leaders, understand their efforts, theory of change, perspectives and their insights on emanating from working in the sector. The series aims to initiate dialogue, confront blind spots, and stimulate different ways of thinking, knowing, and working on education in India.

Working Paper Series

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