OUR PARTNERS

We are building a movement to achieve a vision of an intrinsically motivated teacher for every child.
We regularly bring our range of partners together in different forums and steering groups, to help shape our strategy, honestly assess progress and help us overcome critical roadblocks.

Government Partners: We form deep relationships at all levels with the national and state ministries in India and Uganda and work closely with leaders in these governments to co-shape and steer our work. We are looking to develop relationships with governments of future countries as we develop our 2030 strategy and think about expanding our geographic footprint post 2021.

Teacher Union Partners: We partner with global teachers’ union Education International to align our teacher intrinsic motivation approach with the professional strategies of teacher unions for their members. This includes a pioneering partnership with national teachers’ union UNATU in Uganda, where UNATU representatives support local government officials to run teacher networks nationally at secondary level.

Funding Partners: We’re lucky to have 18 of the world’s leading donors and foundations, from bi-lateral partners such as DFID and USAID to corporate foundations such as MasterCard, to innovative family foundations. Our funding partners are deep thought partners with us on our journey and we try to be open and honest with them about our progress and challenges.

Global Policy Partners: We are working with leading global education actors such as the Global Partnership for Education, Education Commission, UNICEF and the World Bank to align our approach and strategy into global and national sector plans

Programme Partners: We are constantly looking for innovative new content to include in the running of our teacher networks, and we work with organisations ranging from Teach for India, to RTI, to Dream a Dream, to develop such content. We also coordinate our efforts with government, NGO and system-improvement partners in districts where we have a common presence, so our work can complement and accelerate the work of others, where possible using existing government coordination forums.

Evaluation Partners: Partners such as New York University (NYU), Education Development Trust (EDT), ASER, ID Insight, UWEZO help us to independently assess the impact of our work. We also with thought-leader organisations in the space (e.g. JPAL, DFID’s RISE team) to look at new ways of evaluating and measuring impact.

Academic Partners: We want to do more to share research findings and insight – and solicit feedback - within the academic community, through partnerships with institutions such as University College London (Institute of Education), Stanford University, Cambridge University, JPAL and IPA.

Technology and Communications Partners: We are partnering with EkStep Foundation and others to build a mobile accessible technology platform that will enable faster flow of feedback and data to teachers and officials, and provide support to teachers in between network meetings.

Funding Partners: We’re lucky to have 18 of the world’s leading donors and foundations, from bi-lateral partners such as DFID and USAID to corporate foundations such as MasterCard, to innovative family foundations. Our funding partners are deep thought partners with us on our journey and we try to be open and honest with them about our progress and challenges.

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