In 2010, India had the third highest number of out-of-school girls in the world. While it has made notable progress in primary schooling- achieving nearly complete enrolment- its focus on primary education has also generated demand for quality education at the secondary level. Educating adolescent girls also has an excellent return on investment - experts estimate that if 1% more girls were enrolled in secondary school, India's GDP would rise by $5.5 billion. Up Grade outlines the need for a multi-stakeholder approach to help girls complete secondary schooling, which in turn will allow them to break the cycle of poverty and allow India to fully leverage its demographic dividend. Dasra mapped over 140 social organizations in the sector and profiled the work of seven organizations with the most scalable and impactful programs on the ground.