Our school was one of five pilot schools chosen to launch Times of India’s Teach India Program this year. This program trains students to teach spoken English to members of the school’s Support Staff. Students are also trained in community outreach and mobilization, which includes maintaining a Facebook page, spreading awareness in their communities, shooting videos, talking to target audiences, etc. Round 1 of this program was a roaring success; 8 of our Support Staff members enthusiastically stayed back after school every day to learn English from Keshvi Thapar (Class 11) and Suyesha Dutta (Class 10) over two months. This encouraging response generated greater interest in Teach India amongst the student body and other members of the Support Staff. Student applications for Round 2 tripled and 10 more Support Staff members have signed up to learn English. Classes and outreach will begin in November. We are deeply proud of the time and effort our students are putting in to ensure that every member of the TIS community improves their skills in order to create the possibility of a brighter future.