A Sad, Sad, Sad Day

As and when possible, our team tries to help teachers build a better classroom. We offer ideas for teachers about how they may make their classrooms interesting, even when they don’t have access to basic technology.

On this day, I wonder what we can offer, that would make sense, when the sanctity of life itself is in danger and under attack. It’s a day when all our efforts seem a big waste.

This incident is not about boundaries and countries. All children are special all over the world, for they hold within, the possibility that this strife-ridden world can be bereft of it. Today over a hundred chances of hope for a better world were brutally murdered.

Teachers with parental instincts lost their lives in a gruesome manner. We try, try, and then try again to make sense of the event. But we cannot. And there seems to be only one answer: It was all senseless.

To those who bravely protected the future, to those who were constructing the future, and to those who would have been architects of a better world, we offer our deep regards.

We will hold all of you deep in our prayers.

Atul Sabnis

Atul Sabnis

Founder of eVeltio Education Consulting, a young firm that provides consulting & implementation services to educational institutes to execute better strategies for delivery of education by integrating training, process, workflow, and technology.

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