Open Schooling

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Open Schooling

At SASE, we believe every child deserves the same opportunities to learn and grow. The traditional school system no longer suits the needs of every child and older student. There are vast differences between students’ economic levels, abilities, interests and life circumstances. We can not let these get in between students and their full educational potential.

For this reason, we have adopted the Open School program. Open Schooling allows students to work toward their academic goals remotely at a flexible pace. This way, students are empowered to take control of their education journey.

We know that pedagogical methods should adapt to each student's needs, not the other way around. Parents understand their children’s needs better than anyone. Open Schooling allows parents to champion their child’s strengths and interests while giving them confidence in areas where learning is a challenge. As a parent, you will not have to be a perfect educator; rather, you will hold a supporting role in developing student autonomy, agency and love for learning.

Older students will appreciate the independence this flexible program offers them to pursue their interests. Open Schooling is a viable option for students who desire to get a degree in a vocational field that would otherwise take too long to complete within the traditional school year. In recent years, traditional high schools’ offerings have become less relevant to undergraduate study and the job market, making Open Schooling the more attractive option even for students who can afford traditional high school.

Open Schooling offers adaptable scheduling and a range of instructional approaches. This flexibility and openness eliminates the location barrier, allowing students in remote areas or who must work to pursue quality education. Remote learning also allows students to learn at their own pace. Children who can not meet the schedule requirements of traditional school must still be given a chance to learn, and the Open School program is making that possible.

Cognia NWAC Regional Office, Delhi, governs our Open Schooling. The examination is conducted by, and NWAC issues the qualification. Although NWAC is the world’s largest school accrediting and American curriculum offering board, the curriculum offered by NWAC in India is NCERT-based, making learning, transition to other boards, and government recognition of qualification seamless for our learners.

At SASE, we want to extend the opportunity for education to people living in remote regions and improve education for everyone. In the future, we hope to expand this to secondary education as well, giving remote-dwelling citizens a chance to earn a university degree. With Open Schooling, SASE offers an efficient, accessible education model that can equip people with employable skills and the confidence to advance their careers or start their own businesses.

Our Open Schooling program enables education to a variety of new-age learners. We have mentioned a few categories below to make it easier for parents and children to understand who can benefit the most from our Open Schooling program:

  • For students who want to pursue their education remotely at a flexible pace.
  • For students who want to take control of their education journey.
  • For students who are struggling to cope in a traditional school or NIOS National Institute of Open Schooling due to various learning difficulties.
  • For students who have a special interest and passion, find it hard to fit in with a traditional or NIOS school routine.
  • For students who want to get a degree in a vocational field, and find it hard to finish it in a traditional college schedule.
  • For students who need to travel often but don’t want to interrupt their learning due to location changes.