Why learning pods are helpful for poor students

The potential of Indian kids from poor families gets wasted because they don’t have access to high quality educational resources.

Creating affordable accessible pods

ApniPathshala supports grassroots educational pod initiatives across the nation in an effort to address educational disparities because of poverty. Low-income groups are “the ones who are closest to the pain but never have resources” . They will receive priority for the grants.

The goal of ApniPathshala is to create opportunities for every child, including the most vulnerable ones so that they can be on par with other kids in terms of meeting their educational needs, and be prepared for a brighter future.

Pods are for everyone, but they are especially for kids who struggle to fit into regular schools due to a variety of problems , such as poverty. By providing them with free PCs, they can now tap into the world’s best online educational resources !

Learning pods are much more sensitive to community needs, inclusive of all cultures, and culturally competent. Giving families and community-based groups the resources and support they need to keep using this innovative strategy for aiding vulnerable students is the key.

ApniPathshala facilities serve as a community resource for everyone who needs them, including people from lower socioeconomic backgrounds and kids with special needs. Many children experience inferiority complexes, which prevent them from reaching their full potential , but thanks to access to online resources, will help them get over this obstacle.

Pods enhance virtual learning in smaller, more controlled locations because many poor kids feel lost in large school buildings. Many are treated as second-class citizens because they don’t have access to the resources that the rich and privileged students do.

In learning pods, parents are more engaged and have control over their child’s learning and environment. We are here to prove that pods are not just for the privileged, but for anyone who needs them.

Schools should use the lessons learned from pods to design learning systems that are more attentive to the needs of individual students rather than going back to “business as usual”!

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