Rocket Learning aims to achieve school and life readiness for 3-8-year-old children and measures engagement and responses by parents on digital communities by setting the following goals:
Percentage of children who attain age-specific developmental milestones by age 6 (across 5 domains – cognitive skills, physical skills, social-emotional skills, literacy, and numeracy
Percentage of children who attain foundational literacy and numeracy skills by grade 3
Change in parental knowledge, attitude, and confidence
THEORY OF CHANGE
Government anchored Teacher-Parent messaging groups
Social pull to build aspiration and validation through group effects for both teachers and parents
Technology Stack that can send information, store responses, and analyze responses
Teachers obtain regular, easy-to-understand guidance on how to stimulate their students through play and activity-based learning. They are able to execute this in their classrooms and context
Low-income parents, especially mothers build the confidence and knowledge to engage with their young children
They do regular learning activities with their children at home, and engage with the school system
Improvement in the child’s abilities and learning outcomes
Increase in teacher skills, execution accountability and motivation.
Change in caregiver knowledge, attitude and confidence for home-learning and engagement with school
Learning outcome assessments show statistically significant improvement in learning outcomes for our students - an average child in our cohort is at the 70th percentile of a control group. User engagement is 5-10x of a similar control group, and 30-40% of users continue responding with learning content even post 6 months of the program. These results are best in class amid ed-tech solutions, especially at cost of 50c/user/year.