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January 20, 2023 4:27 pm

LEAD Transforms Student Learning In Schools

Srinagar- LEAD, India’s largest School Edtech unicorn, is boosting learning outcomes and building student confidence in schools across J&K including Srinagar city.

With its international standard curriculum, multi-modal teaching-learning methods and technology-driven solutions, LEAD’s NEP-aligned Integrated School System ensures that students are able to gain deep conceptual understanding and mastery across subjects.  Over 40 schools in Jammu and Kashmir have already implemented LEAD’s Integrated School Edtech System.

Moreover, over 700 teachers in J&K schools have already been trained and certified by LEAD.  Over the next few years, LEAD aims to transform 250+ schools in Jammu and Kashmir.

Humaira, ELGA Teacher, Aspire World School, Srinagar said, “LEAD’s teaching-learning technique has inspired me both as a teacher and a parent to a LEAD student.

 “I have been noticing since the introduction of the technique that my child is more attracted towards his learning and has developed a remarkable interest in learning.  He also appears to be stress-free, unlike previously.  The credit goes to LEAD for freeing learning from being exam-oriented.  LEAD has done away with the tension of exams, which always overwhelms kids and parents.” Humaira said.

“I, as an ELGA teacher, have come across something novel which has widened my horizon.  I have been able to add a lot to my experience.  Moreover, the ELGA method ensures that students are able to learn in an easy way, and are responsive,” she added.

Sumeet Mehta, Co-Founder and CEO, LEAD, said, “A child in India spends 6 – 7 hours in school each day.  Yet only a fraction of these students – those studying in high-fee schools in India’s metros – enjoy access to internationally benchmarked, high quality education.

“At LEAD, we are committed to changing this by empowering schools across India with our Integrated School Edtech system.  Jammu and Kashmir is an important part of this vision, and we will continue to focus on growing our presence in the region as part of our aspiration to reach 60,000 schools and 25 million students over the next 5 years.” Sumeet said.

Sumeet further said that LEAD enables operational excellence and efficiency for school administrators; boosts teacher skills and productivity; and helps better engage parents in its partner schools.

“It is solving some of the biggest challenges facing affordable private schools in Jammu and Kashmir, including student proficiency in English, ineffective teaching-learning methods, academic calendar planning, teacher effectiveness in the classroom and subject-specific pedagogy.  LEAD-powered schools are able to derive the benefits of improved admissions and greater favourability among parents.”

It is pertinent to mention, LEAD is India’s largest School Edtech Company and is promoted by Leadership Boulevard Private Limited. LEAD was founded in 2012 by Sumeet Mehta and Smita Deorah, with the mission to transform school education in India. It combines deeply researched curriculum and pedagogy with technology to deliver an integrated system of teaching and learning that improves student learning outcomes and teacher performance in 3000+ schools across India.

LEAD’s integrated system is available to schools in 400+ towns and cities across India, reaching 1.2 million+ students and empowering over 25,000 teachers. LEAD-powered schools provide children with international standard education and national-level exposure for all-round growth, with a focus on helping them become confident and succeed in life.

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