You know, it may sound odd, but ever since the DoEECD has begun talking about standards for teachers, I have been somewhat distracted by the notion. 1,380 more words
Tags » Quality Education
After finishing higher secondary education one of most complex question arises in mind what’s next? Well, presumably parents, relatives or counselors can put an array of option in front of you but ultimately you have to decide by virtue of your interest, conscience, and consciousness. 706 more words
Back in April of this year, a rather sensationalist piece of journalism was produced by the CBC seemingly directed at undermining public confidence in teachers. Looking more like something from FOX than a publicly owned entity, an episode of Marketplace focussed on teacher discipline. 1,188 more words
Many of us consider learning music as important, but only a few see it as beneficial to larger ideas and life skills.
The fact is, learning music provides positive influences for young people as music education offers emotional, social, physical, and cognitive benefits. 481 more words
India has made significant progress in boosting school enrolment rates and increasing access to primary education as evident from the fact that enrollments have reached 96% since 2009 and 56% of new students enrolled between 2007 and 2009 have been girls. 1,397 more words