Train principals in the skills needed to turn around failing rural public schools in India by creating the country’s first school principal training firm.
As Programme Director of the Gujarat state operations of Pratham, India’s largest educational NGO, Aditya Natraj has worked to improve public education for the last six years. He has run volunteer-led campaigns to promote reading in over 3,000 villages, programs for building capacities of public school teachers, and management training sessions for local village communities. Aditya earned his MBA from INSEAD and worked for seven years in consulting, corporate finance, and business development.
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