Five Indian schools have been shortlisted for the World's Best School Prizes, organized by UK-based T4 Education. The schools are in the running for a share of the USD 50,000 prize fund across categories like Community Collaboration, Environmental Action, Innovation, Overcoming Adversity, and Supporting Healthy Lives. The schools include Government CM RISE Model HSS in Jhabua, Ryan International School in Delhi, G H S S Vinoba Ambedakar Nagar in Ratlam, Kalvi International Public School in Madurai, and Mumbai Public School L K Waghji International. The winners will be announced in November, and all shortlisted schools will participate in a public vote.

Source- Hindustantimes