The approach is working: so far, Rocket Learning has reached one million children from ages three to eight. And data has consistently shown these students performing in the top 30 per cent compared to a non-Rocket Learning Class.
When Deloitte professionals learnt about Rocket Learning, they knew they could help Utsav scale the work even further. Going forward, Utsav wants to reach more children and start serving them from ages one to three, too. His goal is to make sure every child has a solid educational foundation to build from—whether they won the birth lottery or not.
Utsav knows that this will lead to more opportunities, jobs and economic growth. But that’s just the beginning. He says: “A good quality education creates a better citizen who takes good care of society around them, who is well informed, who has a better understanding of right from wrong. I believe that education does so much more than just help you get the next job—it helps create a better society.”
Rocket Learning was selected as one of the 12 Top Innovators for Deloitte’s WorldClass Education Challenge on UpLink.
As one of Rocket Learning’s founders, Utsav Kheria is participating in a year-long cohort program supported by Deloitte and the World Economic Forum alongside other education entrepreneurs to raise the visibility of the organisation. Deloitte is providing funding and pro bono support for Rocket Learning with their data security and privacy strategy.