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Education Policy Reforms: Choose your Top 5!
We are keen to understand your opinions on and priorities for educational reforms in India. Please vote on the top five reforms that you deem most critical.
Reforms in the Education System
Separate government’s role as regulator, financier and provider of education.
Use tools of per-student funding such as Vouchers, Direct Cash Transfers, Scholarships to improve efficiency and accountability of public spending and provide more choice to the parents.
Institute learning outcomes-based school recognition and regulation of both government and private schools.
Give unique ID to all students, teachers and principals and maintain online portfolio of their work, trainings and performance, leading to greater data-driven decision-making in education
Reforms for Schools and Students
Integrate pre-schooling in the formal schooling system, particularly for government schools
Ensure every student is able to read, write, and do basic math by Class 3
Encourage innovative use of ICT, MOOCs, blended and self-learning, to personalize education as well as vocational training and, and open CBSE board exam to all students for equity in certification
For the 25% seats in private schools, use Centralized Online Admission Process, make the calculation of per student expenditure transparent and give re-imbursement to parents, and not to schools
Reforms for teachers and principals
Strengthen the role and powers of school principals to make them genuine leaders of their schools
Make selection / hiring of teachers and principals based on demonstrated competencies and not just degrees and seniority
Introduce a robust system of Teacher and Principal Performance Assessment and Incentives which includes parents and students feedback
Provide personalized and need-based coaching (not mass training) to teachers and principals, offer online, on-demand modules for training and certification and develop platforms for regular sharing and learning from each other
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