"I stand in support of Teach For Change to ensure every child, especially girl child has access to quality education"
- Jaya Bachchan
"Teach For Change is not a Social Responsibility. It's Human Responsibility. I bow down to all the Volunteers of Teach For Change"
- Sushmita Sen
"This Effort is extremely essential in Government Schools. We need this initiative and it is urgent. There's no time to waste."
- Dr. Shashi Tharoor
"Teach For Change's contribution is invaluable to bring social change in the country."
- V.V.S. Laxman
"You are the change what the great Mahatma Gandhi spoke about"
- Renuka Chowdhury
"Teach For Change is a wonderful effort in terms of what the Government can't do and I am fully appreciative of their work"
- K. T. Rama Rao
Government of Telangana
"I consider myself very fortunate to be able to support this movement."
- Saina Nehwal
"Every child who is kept away from school can be called a Bonded Slave. You are working to end this slavery."
- Swami Agnivesh
"Volunteerism is still lacking behind in India and your initiative will go a long way in addressing this"
- Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo
"Teach For Change is not just teaching the kids how to live, they are teaching what Life is"
- Mithali Raj
Teach For Change Trust is an NGO striving to end the educational inequality in India and provide quality education to all children. The Teach For Change movement is aimed towards achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (Goal 4-Quality Education) by supporting language capabilities, digital literacy and leadership competencies of students from low income communities. As part of the movement committed Indians contribute their time to teach children in Government schools.READ MORE
Stories of Change
We began with 10 schools, and currently, we are active in over 250 Government Schools across India with the commitment of volunteers, leaders of government, industry and media.
This journey which set out to leave no child behind has turned into a movement and we have many stories to celebrate.READ MORE
India is amongst the fastest growing economies in the world, yet it accounts for a third of the world's illiteracy. Since it's inception, the system of public education has been a source of hope to millions, yet today it is in need of urgent attention.