Central Square Foundation, CSF hosted a forum on the International Day of Education that brought together experts in the education sector to reflect on the primary education reforms outlined in the NEP 2020.
The forum, which was held on Tuesday, January 24, was organized to find a common way forward and promote actionable understanding between key stakeholders in government and civil society to improve learning outcomes among school children. The forward-looking objectives can be achieved, as outlined in the NEP 2020 document. Press statement issued by the Central Square Foundation.
The theme of this year’s World Education Day was ‘Investing in People, Prioritizing Education’. Organized by CSF, the forum began with a keynote address by Shivta Sharma Kukreja, CEO, Central Square Foundation, to ensure that learning outcomes for all children are aligned with the NEP 2020 vision. To be fulfilled.
The opening panel discussion for the forum was on “The New Regulatory Architecture Envisioned by the NEP”, followed by a second panel with the topic, “Designing a Visible Learning Marker to Improve Setting Outcomes”.
Also, according to the press release, the event saw the participation of representatives of some government agencies and institutions such as Mr. Ayush Prasad (IAS), CEO – Zilla Parishad, Pune; Dr Joseph Emmanuel, Central Board for Secondary Education; and notable civil society experts, including panelists such as Dr. Parth Shah, Center for Civil Society; Ms. Bhavana Anand, Trias; Dr. Priyanka Sharma, Australian Council for Education Research and Ms. Vijayanti Sankar, Center for Science of Student Learning.