GURUGRAM: Piramal Foundation for Education Leadership (PFEL) will build the capacity of Educators, including Headmasters, Teachers and Government Officials, to implement the Social Emotional Ethical (SEE) Learning curriculum in Government schools across India.
PFEL will pilot the SEE Learning curriculum across 5,000 Government schools, to impact 5 lac children across Gujarat, Jharkhand, Jammu and Kashmir, Maharashtra and Rajasthan, in 2 years.
The Foundation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Emory University, USA for the purpose during a 4 day workshop conducted by Emory University for PFEL.
Through this workshop, Emory University will train and develop over 70 Learning Certified Facilitators from amongst 1500+ PFEL employees, for the next 6-8 months, who will then implement the SEE Learning curriculum by training Headmasters, Teachers and Government Officials.
Aditya Natraj, CEO, Piramal Foundation for Education Leadership, said “Through the implementation of the Social Emotional Ethical Learning curriculum, PFEL aims to move from demonstration to advocacy by building the capacity of its 1500+ employees and impacting 5 million children by 2025.”
Lobsang Tenzin Negi, Executive Director, Emory University, said, “We are delighted that Piramal Foundation for Education Leadership has taken the lead in India, and with its presence across 14 states and over 15,000 schools, has the ability to transform education at scale.”