Ranjitsinh Disale, who has made the final ten of the Global Teacher Prize 2020, faced many challenges as he taught girls from tribal communities where school attendance was low and teenage marriage was common. This video brings to life the story of how Ranjit transformed education in his village using QR coded textbooks. His school has been awarded the best school in the district with 100 percent attendance and many high achieving students.
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