A Canadian lawmaker has praised the “inspiring work” of Super 30 founder and teacher Anand Kumar, who sees vulnerable children as a successful model for education.
Mark Dalton, MP for Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows in British Columbia, said in the Canadian Parliament on Monday the audit of education projects being taken up in his federal district, “the inspiring work of the Super 30 in helping the underprivileged students.” Removing all barriers for sections of society to reach India’s premier institutions. “
Dalton said Biju Mathew, a resident of Maple Ridge, had written a book on Kumar, a Bihar-born mathematician who is very inspiring to academics.
Super 30 is a highly acclaimed educational program founded by Kumar, who trains 30 underprivileged students every year for the Indian Institute of Technology entrance exam at no charge.
Kumar has previously been honored in Canada at a state level function in 2012. Naomi Yamamoto, the then Minister of Advanced Education, Government of British Columbia, described Kumar as a ‘gifted’ teacher.
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