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Rocket Learning

Transforming The World's Largest Daycare Network into Joyful Learning Hubs
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40 million children in India cannot recognize a single alphabet or number by age six

We are aiming to end this disparity through our free, AI-enabled WhatsApp solution.

OUR WORK AT LARGE

Tools for Parents

Bite-sized, quality
learning content

Personalized nudges

Online self-help groups

Tools for
Daycare Workers

Play-based learning
content

Social and emotional
learning tools

Professional
development workshops

Driving Policy &
Systems Change

Big data to measure
educational outcomes

Feedback loop for
ministries of education

Policy advocacy for early
childhood education

OUR REACH

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Parents & Children
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Daycare of Anganwadi Workers
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States
Districts Covered
40%
Children Reached
5%
Workers Trained
7%

OUR OUTCOMES

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Improved Behaviours

Parents and teachers double the time previously spent on learning.

Better Learning

Children’s test scores increase by 30% and they reach the top third of their class. Over 90% children in our cohort are also able to recognize numbers and describe pictures by age 6.

Stronger System

Anganwadi centers become active learning centers

Meet Rani and Tanu

Tanu is from Manesar, Haryana, where an average household income is $150. Her mother, Rani, learned how to use a smartphone to assist her daughter with her studies. Now they spend 30 minutes daily engaging in play-based learning acquiring foundational skills using the lessons we send. Simultaneously, Tanu's Anganwadi (daycare worker) teacher spends 60 minutes daily teaching her at the Anganwadi (daycare center) using our content. Tanu has transformed from a timid four-year-old to a confident five-year-old who loves to talk, recite poems, and finish activities before time on her mother's phone!

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