Empowering children from low income communities with Choices, Social Emotional Skills and Opportunities to succeed in the current world
SOCIO-EMOTIONAL SKILLS IN FOCUS :
- Creativity - Confidence - Problem solving
CHOICE OF SUBJECTS :
- Coding - Electronics - Dance - Drama - Public speaking - Art
WHO WE SERVE :
Mainly school children of daily wage earners who have a monthly income of about Rs. 12,000.
250 Million students from low-income communities in India lack the leadership skills, opportunities and choices to thrive in the 21st century
According to National Sample Survey organisation, 1 out of 3 children who drop out of school do not find education necessary.
Of those who do graduate 47% of them are unemployable as they lack leadership skills.
TAP uses Choice Based Learning (electives like arts, coding etc) and mentorship as methods to develop social emotional skills (confidence, communication, critical & creative thinking, collaboration) for children to become leaders of today and tomorrow .
TAP’s solution is based on the Theory of Multiple Intelligence by Dr. Howard Gardner, Harvard University, Finnish school of education and heavily aligned to the National Education Policy (NEP) of India.