Is the craze for government jobs in India hurting the education system? What is the long-term impact of the over-prioritisation of government jobs?
How can we enable students to learn from each other while granting teachers autonomy in their classrooms? Heutagogy may be the answer to better foundational learning.
Universities are hotspots of gender diversity- what infrastructural changes do campuses need to adopt to be gender-inclusive?
Every now and then, educational posters of an 'Ideal Boy-Good Habits' or an 'Ideal Girl-Good Habits' designed for classrooms go viral on social media. While they may seem harmless at first, a deeper conversation is required on how our education system designs curriculum and learning tools. In this article, we explore how gender inclusive and sensitive our school textbooks are.
As Sociol-Emotional Learning (SEL) programs move to the spotlight to combat the effects of the pandemic on children, there is growing interest and will among government stakeholders as well as teachers to bring SEL to classrooms in public schools. However, lack of data remains a challenge, which could easily translate insights for designing programs aimed at building SEL competencies among children.
The ‘Learn to Code’ mania risks diminishing the need for Computer Science Education as a subject in Indian schools.
How can effective resource allocation towards primary education better learning outcomes and workforce readiness as a whole?
Public-private partnerships in workforce-ready education could solve India's looming job crisis. How can these partnerships better equip young Indians with the skills needed to join the labour force?
In the last two years, more than 150 million students have entered India’s EdTech sector besides platform users such as teachers and administrators. The role of EdTechs is no longer limited to imparting education through online classes. This calls for a regulatory framework by the government that safeguards the interests of all stakeholders offering and availing the varied educational services.
There is a need to develop a language and vocabulary that communicates the essence of the natural world to young students. Citizen science interventions such as Nature Classrooms and Suttha Muttha are encouraging children to go beyond what's in their textbooks to observe, feel, and hear all that is around them.