Secondary and higher learning institutions have practised ‘blended learning’ for a year. Now, they must evaluate their own learnings just as much as they must examine their students. Are traditional methods of evaluation even fair game in this mode? Most importantly, are our teachers up for it?
While online learning has its own exclusionary faults, it also reclaims students' rights to movement and action, taken from them by physical classrooms.
Students across Maharashtra are suffering from acute learning losses, policy reforms addressing the worries of their parents and teachers are needed.
A place-based curriculum in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands can not only ignite individual student potential—but the value of local ecosystems as well.
Through Tamil Nadu Vagupparai Nokkin, Tamil Nadu is leading the way for a data-driven education system.
As another financial year comes to a close and a controversial exam season begins, ask yourselves this: isn’t it ironic that we teach our...
How far has India come in supporting in-service teachers in primary schools in their continuous professional development?
This is the second instalment of a two-part series on how and why our textbooks fail to meet the lofty ambitions set by national...