PGI-D, a central grading system rating the performance of districts, may help get a sense of the true scale
The pandemic caused the worst shock to global education and learning in recorded history, says an international study.
UNICEF’s latest report suggests that across 32 low and middle-income countries, most children leave primary school lacking essential literacy and numeracy skills.
In many remote areas, students have few options other than single-teacher schools in their villages. These are the very schools the government has targeted.
A shocking new UN report released on Tuesday indicates that the number of crisis-impacted school-aged children requiring educational support has grown from an estimated 75 million in 2016, to 222 million today.
In refugee camps in Jammu, children avoid going out to study or play as they fear being attacked by right-wing groups or detained by police.
Conducted by researcher from a Delhi-based think tank, study funded & released by United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research this month.
Around 24% parents report a rise in scolding or punishment of children since COVID-19, finds a study by Save the Children-Bal Raksha Bharat
NEP 2020 is indeed very positive, on paper. Impediments to positive implementation, however, remain as ground realities are far from ideal
COVID-19 worsens global learning crisis, risking $21 trillion in lifetime earnings