ActionAid Association and Slum Mahila Sanghatane organized a public hearing on the impact of Covid-19 on Children’s Education on the 22nd of March at SCM House Bangalore. Download Report of Jury on the Public Hearing COVID has had a terrible impact on every aspect of life, as we all know.…
A survey by the National Coalition of Education Emergency (NCEE) in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Telangana, shows the disastrous learning competencies among students, especially from underprivileged backgrounds.
The study revealed that the sustained school closure only widened the existing social and economic gaps.
Without urgent action, many countries could end up without the skilled workers they need for their future development, says UNICEF’s head of education.
This study indicates to three critical points – (1) the educational situation is different for children who are marginalised – they face a historical and infrastructural deprivation along with a social one, (2) this influences both girls and boys, but girls bear a brunt only because they are girls –…
As education went online during the pandemic, lakhs of children from poorer households with no smartphones and access to the internet were missed out.
Nineteen of 21 states are estimated to have spent less than what they set out to in 2020-’21.
Schools had reopened earlier this month but only students of Classes 8 and upwards were allowed into the premises.