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Using Technology to Help Students "Love to Learn"

Former engineering student and ‘born and bred’ educational entrepreneur, Shabnam Aggarwal passionately believes that technology can be put to great use in making the process of learning, addictive and fun. But she is also keenly aware that technology itself is not an agent of transformation; rather it is the teacher and the student, in whose hands technology must rest, who are.

Hall of Fame

BrainGain Magazine showcases the higher education journeys of well-known figures

Education is the only solution: Malala Yousafzai

On her 16th birthday, Malala Yousafzai addressed the UN Youth Assembly, not quite a year after having been shot by the Taliban - for attending school.

Jack Ma eyes rural education as key to reducing poverty in China

China's Ma, who founded Alibaba, is renovating boarding school facilities through the Jack Ma Foundation to boost China's education infrastructure.

India Needs a Sputnik Moment

To compete globally, India must jolt education and spur innovation

How Creative Must Education be in the 21st Century?

A look at some of the most creative approaches in education, and why they're much needed.

The Pratham Column: Social Promotion is Not So Social

The policy of social promotion within the Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act of 2009 takes away the focus from learning to schooling, says Purnima Ramanujan.

University of Southampton students gain real-life experience during social impact fellowship in Mumbai

The 10 Spark India fellows recently spent 3 weeks working with organizations that strive to make life better in underprivileged urban communities.

19 Terrific Twitter Feeds That Will Make You Smarter

BrainGain brings you 19 Twitter feeds by smart people for smart people. Follow these so you can put the fun back in education.

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