That's what Kasauli is. I call it beautiful because of the beauty and innocence in each of the children of that village.
I have started this project as a way to teach programming to teens at the Saraswati Niketan School in rural north India. I will be teaching 10 freshman and sophomores Python programming via the Raspberry Pi.
So far the steps I have taken are:
- gotten permission from the school Principal
- been in discussions with the staff
- talked to the kids
- developed the curriculum
- prepared a budget
- I am looking at procuring 10 Pi Teaching Sets with a fundraising effort through GoFundMe.com.
There are a lot of logistical hurdles to be overcome to get this done in rural India. The school has shown a lot of excitement, so I'm confident that this project will have a lasting impact on the kids (especially the girls) there.
This is one of the village markets: