Write for us

We would like people from diverse backgrounds to write for us. Diversity among the writers will ensure that the content and the opinions shared will also have diversity.

The purpose of this website is to make education research and proposals easier for everyone to understand. Hence, writers will also need to keep that in mind before writing an article for the website.

Guidelines for writers:

  1. Decide an area of interest in the education sector. Figure out one specific reform that you want to focus on. It can be a reform that has already been implemented or something that is being proposed.
  2. If the reform has already been implemented, then make sure you include evidence about its impact. If the reform is a proposal, find data to support your proposal. Reforms from other countries are also welcome.
  3. Once your topic is fixed, write the article in such a way that it simplifies the language without sacrificing the quality of the article. We want our articles to be easy to understand for someone who has never read about or worked in the education sector.
  4. All articles should ideally be between 500-800 words. We can make it a series of articles if you think the topic you have in mind cannot be covered in just one article.
  5. The article has to be original and should not have been published on any other website. If it is published on your personal blog then we would be happy to publish it and give a link back to your blog.
  6. You should send in your article to apoorv@educationreforms.in and we will get in touch with you.

These guidelines may change based on our understanding and experience.