Program Spotlight

CARPO: Intelligence Mapping Experiential Kit for Career Assessment

Using the principles of Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences, a set of carefully designed hands-on experiential activities are offered to high school students. The online assessment process, based on Bloom's taxonomy of higher order thinking skills, results in a comprehensive mapping of the learner's strengths, competencies and interests. The experiential nature of the kit makes the process fun and engaging; it gives an insight into students' passions and natural abilities.

Background on India

Half of India’s 1.2 billion people are below the age of 25, and quality education services are needed to realize the potential of this enormous group. Enrollment rates in the country are high, but challenges and large disparities in service quality and student performance remain, especially within the public sector. As a result, private sector solutions are becoming popular alternatives or supplements to government school delivery.

CEI has identified more than 120 innovative models, from the public and private sector that are increasing access to quality education for the poor in India. By showcasing common characteristics and themes observed across these programs, this Database at a Glance can offer insight into India’s current innovation landscape.

Database At-A-Glance

Click below to read our Database-at-a-Glance report and find highlights from six common approaches & characteristics across ECD models. Learn about programs focusing on:

1) Student Support
2) Education Delivery
3) School Support
4) Skills for Work
5) Public Private Partnerships
6) Out of School Children

With a young and growing population coupled with many varied public and private initiatives to improve education, India is a country to look toward for innovations.

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