SOI with MSDF to Document Systemic Transformation in Education Signed by NITI Ayog (Download PDF)


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NITI Aayog & Michael & Susan Dell Foundation (MSDF) signed Statement of Intent (SOI) to codify, document & share best practices to improve learning outcomes in public school education through systemic reforms, based on collective experiences of working with various state governments in India.

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SOI was signed in presence of CEO, NITI Aayog, by Adviser (HRD), NITI Aayog & Managing Director (International), MSDF.


  • NITI Aayog was established with core mandate of promoting cooperative & competitive federalism through evidence-based policy reform & knowledge inputs.

  • It has placed learning outcomes as key focus area for establishing sustainable education systems.

  • The School Education Quality Index (SEQI) is being developed to rank states/UTs on educational outcomes, with high weight age to learning outcomes.

  • It is implementing Sustainable Action for Transforming Human Capital in Education (SATH-E) initiative to induce systemic transformation in Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand & Odisha.

  • Education also forms crucial component of Aspirational Districts Programme, which seeks to improve status of education inmost underserved districts of India.

  • Pursuing its mandate of disseminating best practices & knowledge sharing, partnerships with stakeholders in development sphere are continuing endeavor of NITI Aayog.

Details About Partnership

  • The NITI Aayog & Michael & Susan Dell Foundation will documenter forms pursued by various state governments that have initiated systemic reforms in education & have begun to see improved learning outcomes over past few years, under this latest partnership.

  • Nearly 30 million children have been positively impacted across India through systemic reforms in education in different states.

  • A joint team comprising of state leaders, consultants, research agencies & educators shall work together to develo ‘theory of change’ based on learnings from states & will document impact on ground by commissioning third party studies to evaluate impact of systemic reforms in education.

  • Improving learning outcomes at scale will require coordinated & simultaneous effort with both academic & governance reforms.

  • The key findings & takeaways from this exercise will be disseminated to relevant decision-makers & policymakers in other states after consultative process of validating it.

- Published/Last Modified on: June 17, 2019

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