Step Up For India has developed 4 programs to address gaps in basic English education for underserved children. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that we signed with the Department of Education, Government of Karnataka, mandates the implementation of our programs in all upper-primary government schools across Karnataka.
SatH-DO (Study at Home – Digital Outreach) Program
School students continue to learn fundamental skills in English independently at home, either individually with their families or with their friends in the neighborhood using minimal or no technology.
Teacher Empowerment Program (TEP)
A program that offers support for lower-primary government school teachers to build their English capacity and to improve their use of government textbooks. TEP is offered in conjunction with REAP.
Remedial English Accelerated Program (REAP)
An accelerated, intensive, and effective government school teacher-taught program for students who need remedial assistance in the shortest possible time. REAP is offered in conjunction with Teacher Empowerment Program (TEP).
Primary English Program (PEP)
A volunteer-taught program in urban-area government schools, primarily taught by corporate, college-student, and community volunteers.
Core Strengths of Our Programs
Customized content designed to address the specific needs of children in government schools in a form that is non-alienating and familiar
Multi-sensory, interactive curriculum to build integrated skills that promote learning through auditory, visual, and kinesthetic stimuli
Content based on phonics along with local language support to enable students to learn the language in the shortest possible time
Learning methods and games devised to ensure student participation resulting in the improvement of their English language skills and build confidence to enable technology-based learning in higher grades
An outcome-based, scalable, and adaptable framework for any application
A modular structure with detailed lesson plans for every session that can be taught with minimal training by novice teachers
Measurable in key impact areas
Technology-based monitoring and class-progress tracking at the student-level on attendance and academic progress through a proprietary mobile-based and stand-alone application