Gurumurthy Kasinathan, an educator NCEE co-founder, and Anusha Hegde, Program Associate at IT for Change and who works in the area of adolescent girl empowerment wrote for Deccan Herald about the pervasive sexism in Indian schools, and recommended some pathways on how to tackle them. Read the Full article here.
Twelve years after the Right to Education Act was passed, public investment in schools remains abysmally low. Read the article on Scroll
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.