The report by the Working Group on Human Rights in India and the UN (WGHR) can be accessed here
Impacts of the pandemic on the Indian education system, mitigation efforts by the NCEE and next steps
As education went online during the pandemic, lakhs of children from poorer households with no smartphones and access to the internet were missed out.
With the Government’s announcement of reopening of schools in Jharkhand from Grades 1-9 from March 7, as parents, teachers, and communities, the only way we can ensure that children continue to learn and are happy is by sending children back to school and support the Government‘s welcome step.
The National Coalition of Education Emergency (NCEE) has criticised educators, educational institutions and individuals for exclusion of Hijab wearing Muslim women students from education institutions.
Budget 2022: Educationists also want to see higher allocation for schools, teacher training to close learning gaps left during the COVID-19 pandemic.