Five Indian schools have been highlighted among the top 10 finalists across diverse categories for the annual World's Best School Prizes, hosted in the UK. These awards recognize schools globally for their substantial contributions to societal advancement.

Among the finalists announced last week, two schools from Madhya Pradesh, and one each from Delhi, Maharashtra, and Tamil Nadu are competing across different categories to secure a portion of the USD 50,000 prize fund.

The World's Best School Prizes, encompassing categories such as Community Collaboration, Environmental Action, Innovation, Overcoming Adversity, and Supporting Healthy Lives, were established by T4 Education, based in the UK. These awards aim to showcase schools that have profoundly impacted their classrooms and broader

communities, particularly in response to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

"Trailblazing Indian schools like Government CM RISE Model HSS, Jhabua; Ryan International School, Vasant Kunj; G H S S Vinoba Ambedkar Nagar, Ratlam; Kalvi International Public School (Madurai); and Mumbai Public School L K Waghji International (IGCSE), which have cultivated a strong culture and aren't afraid to innovate, show the difference that can be made to so many lives. Schools everywhere can now learn from their solutions, and it's time governments do so as well," says Vikas Pota, Founder of T4 Education and the World's Best School Prizes.

These schools, each from different parts of India, have demonstrated exceptional commitment to education and community development, setting benchmarks for schools worldwide.
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