The SarvaPrathamik early and primary learning model was presented to the Shanti Mandir Trust Education Program Committee on the 8th of August. A few members from the committee had visited Learning Space in July, and were moved by the efficiency of this model in ensuring best practices for rural learners. The members requested the LSF team of teachers to visit the Zilla Parishad primary and middle-level school (upto 8th std) at Magod village in the Atul-Valsad area in Gujarat, and acquaint the govt. teachers with the model. On 8th August, the LSF team held a half-day programme at the school in Gujarat, and hence for the first time, the model made way outside Maharashtra. It was presented by Sudarshan Sonavane, the LSF team’s academic coordinator, and was appreciated by all of the teachers present.