Pratham’s Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) measures basic literacy and numeracy skills, revealing the unspoken problem that school enrollment does not automatically translate into learning.
Despite India achieving 97% school enrollment, poor attendance, oversized classes and antiquated teaching methods have led to a learning crisis.
The hard data we’ve collected in the years we’ve conducted the survey has become an essential reference guide for how the Indian government at every level allocates funds and develops education policies. Our data enables citizens to demand action and governments to make informed decisions.
Here's how you can help:
-- Support the ASER 2018 survey in 1 village for $50
-- Support the ASER 2018 survey in 4 villages for 200
-- Support the ASER 2018 survey in 10 villages for $500
-- Support the ASER 2018 survey in 20 villages for $1000
-- Support the ASER 2018 survey in 1 district for $1500