Antharboadh Educational Society

Antharboadhi School

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Quality Education for Children in Rural and Remote places.


  1. Develop ability to read.
  2. Teach letters and give time to child to recognize, read all letters fluently.
  3. Help children to teach those letters they are struggling to recognize and spell-out as against standard rote sequential writing all the time.
  4. Help children read books. facilitate them with more books.
  5. Focus on giving children those abilities that help them learn things of their interest.
  6. Self driven plan, execute and assess activities.
  7. Encourage to discuss and debate rather follow instructions.

Why another school?

To ensure knowledge of letters (aksharam) reach to all children equally

Man is reaching to other planets but is unable to teach the letter to the man next door on earth. Education to all is the need of the hour.

To develop balanced Reading, Learning and Working habits

Man learns so many skills, like farming, carpentry, etc., without a school. But even after 10 to 18 years of school and college education, it could not build life skills to majority of students. Currently education and work are skewed. Education should be made easy and make it part of life.

To teach to learn

In the age where information is freely accessible and world is changing unpredictably, we should teach children How to Learn instead of What to learn and make them adaptable to unpredictable. It would not help students to follow a fixed syllabus and prepare them for jobs currently in demand. A system where a teacher read lesson from books, explain them on black board, make them memorize and prepare them for standard examination is no education. Schools should teach children habits of reading, researching and minimun learning abilities to help them explore the world of opportunities. This generation of school should teach to learn