Twelve years after the Right to Education Act was passed, public investment in schools remains abysmally low. Read the article on Scroll
Byju’s has been under fire these past months over its delay in filing audited financials as well as over its March funding round. Besides, the company’s subsidiaries have had to lay off staff in the past weeks amid a funding crunch
In January, after the government issued an advisory asking citizens to be cautious before signing up for online courses, edtech companies had come together to form a self-regulatory body, the India EdTech Consortium (IEC). IEC has identified sales, loans, content, and teacher effectiveness as some of the most important issues…
“We condemn his mishandling of education during the Covid crisis, failure to address malnutrition and his complicity in weaponising education.”
For Immediate Release. 02.06.2022 We strongly urge the Government of Karnataka to: Revoke the recent revisions to the textbooks, which are regressive in nature, and have been done in an arbitrary manner, without adherence to well-defined curriculum framework and processes. Print and supply the textbooks which have been in use…
One of the Coimbatore coordinators, T Arulanandham said that the department would hold elections for the posts of SMC president, vice-president, and members.
Haryana govt. to distribute 2.5 lakh tablets to Class 10-12 students of government schools in May. Procurement of personalised and adaptive learning (PAL) software (for Classes 9 to 12), which will cost more than ₹5 crore is also planned
Impacts of the pandemic on the Indian education system, mitigation efforts by the NCEE and next steps