Speech & Debate India Session
USA's National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA), a 95-year-old non-profit, runs the world's largest academic competitions, and is backed by research and rigor; there are over 150,000 students participating every year in NSDA speech, drama, and debate events.

NSDA Alumni include entrepreneurs Jeff Bezos (Amazon), Jack Dorsey (Twitter), Ted Turner (CNN), Oprah Winfrey; entertainment celebs Brad Pitt, Stephen Colbert, Bruce Springsteen, Adam Sandler, and U.S. Presidents John F. Kennedy, Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter; and many more.

For the first time in India, students in Grades 4 to 12 will be able to participate, be inspired, and benefit from the NSDA.

A social impact initiative, https://www.speechdebateindia.com, is exclusively bringing the NSDA to India in January 2020 with U.S. coaching, personalized learning, and tournament opportunities.

Support your child's passion and growth with research-backed benefits including:
• Naturally improve testing, SAT/ACT scores; and College Admissions
• Enhance reading speed and comprehension, writing, and vocabulary
• Develop into balanced leaders by critically examining multiple perspectives
• Cultivate soft skills: communication, self-confidence, and creativity
• Receive certification, qualify for U.S. NSDA Honors Society Membership
• Train with expert U.S. Coaches online and with live help sessions
• Live weekend training sessions and competitions/workshops in BKC
• Prepare for the global NSDA network of tournaments in India, Asia, and the U.S.
• Opportunities to compete at Harvard University and Stanford University

Register below to learn more about how U.S. NSDA speech, drama, and debate can help kids find their voice.

This informative session with Q&A will be held on Thursday, December 5th from 8:45am - 10am at the Upper iCommons, Secondary School Campus, BKC. Note: for non-ASB Community members attending, please carry a valid photo ID.


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