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Seeding Social Innovation in Private Schools: A Case Study of St. Mary’s School, Delhi, India

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Author Affiliation: Delhi School of Social Work, University of Delhi.

 

Abstract: Education has an important role in creating new learning opportunities and driving social progress. As social institutions, schools form a fundamental block to understand about life and society. While schools have done a good job in preparing students for life and society, newer challenges facing humanity have now emerged. How can schools meaningfully engage students on various pressing social issues and empower their students to take action on issues like environmental crisis, social injustice and developmental challenges? Current school curriculum does not provide adequate opportunities where students can experiment and explore these issues and look for solutions. Problem identifications and their solutions can be explored by creating an interface between community and school. This would create an open space for creativity and innovation amongst students to explore, develop and understand social issues. Such practices would further fuel the students to think and act to address social and environmental challenges. Such approach will pave the way for students to implement and share innovative solutions rather than simply limiting their knowledge to the classroom. This paper is an attempt to highlight the initiatives taken by St. Mary’s School (Delhi, India) under its social footprint projects and social innovation in the context of community engagement and emerging environmental issues.

Keywords: education, environment, innovation, school, society.

 

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MPA:
Sagar, Niket. “Seeding Social Innovation in Private Schools: A Case Study of St. Mary's School, Delhi, India” Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development 2.2 (2017): 95-98.

APA:
Sagar, N. (2017). Seeding Social Innovation in Private Schools: A Case Study of St. Mary's School, Delhi, India. Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development, 2(2), 95-98.

Chicago:
Sagar, Niket. “Seeding Social Innovation in Private Schools: A Case Study of St. Mary's School, Delhi, India” Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development 2, no. 2, (2017):95-98.

Harvard:
Sagar, Niket. 2017. Seeding Social Innovation in Private Schools: A Case Study of St. Mary's School, Delhi, India. Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development, 2(2), pp. 95-98.

Vancouver:
Sagar N. Seeding Social Innovation in Private Schools: A Case Study of St. Mary's School, Delhi, India. Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development. 2017; 2(2):95-98.

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