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Education policy refers to the collection of laws and rules that govern the operation of education systems.
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This chapter addresses conceptualizing global educational policy development during periods of changing social and economic trends and patterns, with a particular focus on adaptation to global (e.g., the COVID-19 pandemic) as well as national and local crises. It builds on classic theories of social and education change and reflects the author's ex...
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Despite the successful transition into democracy in South Africa, poverty and inequality levels remain consistently high for an upper-middle-income country. The pace of human capital development continues to be inadequate to solve the socio-economic challenges. The objective of the study is to examine the effect of human capital formation represent...
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This article provides an overview of research in music education between 2010 and 2020 and affords a systematic review of literature related to the experiences of teachers in teaching music in the classroom. The literature reports that music teaching depends mostly on the teacher, who must employ teaching-learning strategies according to the initia...
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‘गुरुकुल’ पद्धतीकडूल मेकॅलोच्या कारकून बनविणाऱ्या शिक्षण पद्धतीच्या मार्गाने आज आपण तीन राष्ट्रीय शैक्षणिक धोरणांतून प्रवास करीत 2020 च्या धोरणाच्या अंमलबजावणीच्या टप्प्यापर्यंत येऊन पोचलो आहोत. जे राष्ट्रीय शिक्षण धोरण 1968 साली आले, ते कोठारी आयोगाच्या शिफारशींवर आधारित होते. त्यात वयाच्या 14व्या वर्षापर्यंत मोफत आणि सक्तीचे शिक्षण, शिक्षकांचे प्...
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Inclusive education, broadly defined as education for all, is a human right (Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, 2016; United Nations, n.d.). However, many challenges remain in safeguarding this right worldwide, including within the field of language education. English language teachers’ (ELTs’) views on inclusive education for st...
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This study investigated the prior learning assessment process of Expanded Tertiary Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) in terms of achievement of its goals including evaluation procedure, contents of assessment tools, and outputs of assessment including the suggested courses to qualified applicants. This paper argued that the prior learn...
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Many parents in post-liberation Goa exhibit a pronounced preference for English medium early schooling for their children. The enrolment in the English medium schools, however, is much lower than in the Marathi and Konkani medium schools. This educational situation seems to be the outcome of such factors as mobility aspirations, identity politics,...
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After more than two decades of implementation of the Dasar Membangun Bersama Islam (MBI) which was promulgated in 1990, the Kelantan State Government has launched the Dasar Merakyatkan Membangun Bersama Islam (MMBI) as a strengthening plan. The MMBI policy is an integrated plan to ensure that the core questions of the way of life of Kelantanese bec...
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The article performs an analytical examination of government contracting of education results via Agency Theory and Policy Instruments approach. We starts from an empirical reconstruction of the education reports conceived by GO, MG and SP, in the period from 2003 to 2014. We adopt a variable depending on a group of actions such incentive structure...
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The article performs an analytical examination of government contracting of education results via Agency Theory and Policy Instruments approach. We starts from an empirical reconstruction of the education reports conceived by GO, MG and SP, in the period from 2003 to 2014. We adopt a variable depending on a group of actions such incentive structure...
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With a population of about 98.5 million, Vietnam is the world’s 14th largest and ASEAN’s 3rd largest nation. Since 1986, when a policy of Đổi mới (economic renovation) marked the transition from centralized planning to a socialist-oriented market model, many changes have been made to the higher education sector. This chapter provides an overview of...
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This study employed a qualitative content analysis of provincial policy documents, following deductive methods, to examine academic resilience and education policy developments across Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic. More specifically, the study explicates the nature and scope of provincial policy responses to the global pandemic that address a...
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While school-based comprehensive sex education (CSE) is effective in HIV prevention among young people ages 10-24 years, Ghana's national sexual and reproductive health education policy promotes abstinence. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health's HIV prevention programs provide more comprehensive school-based education. This qualitative study evaluated...
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The study on the effectiveness of the free education policy in Tanzania was conducted in fee-free secondary schools in Morogoro municipality. The study was guided by three specific objectives; investigate the implementation of the free education policy in Morogoro municipality, examine challenges facing the implementation of the free education poli...
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The articulation of Educational Policy needs to understand the situational analysis that motivates to acknowledge about the definition of education System. This Policy brings educational revolutionary status to change The HEIs need to have a Research-based educational component. This model is a bridge between theory and practical knowledge that per...
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The aim of the Rural Education policy project is to shine light on training provided to educators engaged in indigenous peoples' struggles and, therefore, in disrupting the colonial project, genocide practices and territory invasions. Based on these elements, the aim of the current study is to investigate indigenous representativeness as formative...
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In the changing Dimension of Education, policy reflects the aspiration. National Education Policy 2020 highlights the need of education for social benefit in this direction University Outreach is very impotent in terms taking the Universities to the community . The Article is an attempt to highlight the policies and its implication in tune of Natio...
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To many, English may not be a convenient language, yet Hindi may not be technically desirable either. Replacing one with the other-or all others- is unnecessary, if not futile. Every language has its momentum and ecosystem. Regardless of linguistic variations and diversities, in India or elsewhere, languages have an operational dynamic inextricably...
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The national education policy (NEP) 2020 envisioned a major paradigm shift for the education system of India. This paradigm shift is reform, innovation, and change-oriented. A systematic review of literature on accountability was carried out in the context of education and found that there is no study available on the accountability of HEIs, facult...
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Education policy stakeholders attempt to counteract teacher shortages by recruiting persons from outside of the teacher career. However, teachers' job satisfaction, a key predictor for teacher retention, often differs between those originally trained as a teacher and those from different career pathways. Applying multiple indicator multiple causes...
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This article indented to describe to what extent the student teacher is aware of the New Education policy – 2020. The Vellalar College of Education is chosen for the case study which afflicted Tamil Nadu Teacher Education University (TNTEU). The data were collected by using multiple-choice questionnaires. There are 17 multiple choice questions crea...
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This study explores the challenges and strategies of education policy implementation of the Excellent Teacher Plan for teacher education sustainability in China. We conduct 36 interviews at one key national, normal university within two campuses, including deans, administers and teachers. It is found that it is difficult to accurately select studen...
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The rural boarding schools that were established in the socialist era to serve children in Mongolia’s herding communities remain integral to national policy for ensuring universal access to formal education. Education policy actors demonstrate commitment to the socialist legacy of the schooled herder child, while at the same posing legitimate quest...
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This chapter examines Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in Qatar by scrutinizing the actors, initiatives, and policies at global and national scales. The study presents an overview of Qatar’s national policy on integrating sustainable development into the education system and highlights nation-specific characteristics. The chapter further...
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Music research in Lampung is expanding in a variety of ways. The abundance of local music data promotes basic notions regarding music research to be developed further. This page looks into research literature sources focusing on Lampung music and cultural research. Journal library sources and conference presentations are employed to develop researc...
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The aim of this study is to analyse the implementation of inclusion policy in primary education in the Czech Republic using the arena of discursive construction by the main actors and also the impact on the acceptance of inclusion. For this purpose, we use a qualitative research strategy based on situational analysis methods – the so-called maps of...
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This study analyzes the education policy process formulated by the actors. The specific purpose of this research seeks to reveal and analyze how the official actors (state actors) and informal actors (non-state actors). The research method used is a qualitative method with a study case approach. The results show that the problem of intervention by...
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The Government of India has rolled out its first National Education Policy of 21 st century in 2020 after a long period of 34 years. NEP 2020 talks louder on how the equity and inclusion is important in education to build our country. After 75 years of independence, discrimination in terms of gender, caste, religion, region, language, physical feat...
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This paper explores the concept of ethico-onto-epistemology and its contributions to education policy research. Specifically, it seeks to define onto-epistemology and ethical-onto-epistemology, with special reference to Anna Stetsenko's work. The main arguments developed are as follows: a) ethics is one of the structuring elements of research (and...
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Policies and guidance alone will likely be insufficient to achieve significant changes in nutrition and health outcomes and a global shift in behaviour is needed. Developing workforce capacity to communicate, implement and scale up effective nutrition interventions is crucial. It is important to ensure that frontline workers, who are in contact wit...
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This study sought to investigate the socio-cultural factors and their effects on girls’ completion of o-level education in community schools in Morogoro Municipality. The mixed research approach and descriptive survey research design were used. Sample size of this study was 222 respondents which included 135 ordinary teachers, 3 heads of schools, 3...
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This paper discusses why similar institutional rules (Municipal Plan, Fund, and Council) and intergovernmental transferences) may influence municipal decision-making to participate in inter-municipal consortia differently in two Brazilian federal public policies-health and education. The paper argues that the more institu-tionalized the national po...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the views of 100 primary school teachers regarding the proposal of assigning two principals in Greek primary schools, one responsible for managerial duties and one to assume the pedagogical responsibilities. Teachers from the metropolitan area of Athens completed an online self-report questionnaire between F...
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National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) is evaluating facilities given by higher education institutions to students with disabilities relating to disabled accessible lift or ramp, toilet, walking aid like wheelchair etc. Researchers studied NIRF data of 17 autonomous colleges affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur. Researchers found tha...
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Information and Communication are making dynamic changes in the society today. They influence majorly all aspects of life and most of the influence affects more and more at schools, because Information and Communication Technologyy provides both the students and teachers with more opportunities in adopting teaching and learning style to individual'...
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The issue of the role of teacher agency in teacher professional development and school reform has increased significantly over the last decade. This article explores teacher agency in multilingual education policy in an Islamic Boarding School context and how they translated multilingual language policy into their class. Research on teacher agency...
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Purpose: The government of India think take Niti Ayog to initiated to proved a platform for fastening the innovation culture in different sectors of the economy and it provides collaboration opportunities to other stakeholders in academia, industry Entrepareners, NGO's MSME, bilateral relations with various international agencies, Sectors in tier 2...
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En un momento histórico en el que el futuro se concibe como una amenaza, parece altamente relevante educar en la capacidad de imaginar futuros deseables. En esta línea, la Educación para el Futuro (EpF), de tradición anglosajona, representa una referencia de trabajo para responder a las imágenes negativas sobre la idea del provenir. Por otro lado,...
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The world undergoing rapid changes in the knowledge landscape. Education plays a powerful role in building nation, education decides the future of the nation, the destiny of its people. Education is fundamental for achieving full human potential, developing an equitable and just society, and promoting national development. After a long gap of 34 ye...
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Since the New Education Policy 2020 was published, important facets of the educational technology landscape have changed quickly across the nation. The number of educational institutions with access to broadband in their classrooms, the kinds and costs of technology available to educational institutions, an evolution in the way leaders approach the...
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This chapter considers the important relationship between education and democracy in contemporary democratic societies. Although lauded as an inclusive and participatory system of social and political governance, democracy remains a contested concept. There are multiple complex challenges that confront democracy and education in the twenty-first ce...
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Approaches, methods, and techniques of teaching Christian Religious Education (CRE) in Kenya have changed over time. Improved teaching strategies such as a five-stage lesson plan framework enhance students' performance. Despite the novelty of the framework, there is limited information on its spread and utilization among CRE teachers in Kenya. Ther...
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Objective: to understand the social representations that high school teachers in a public school have about the impacts of school violence on their practices. Methods: qualitative descriptive-exploratory study, carried out through a semi-structured interview from February to May 2019, with teachers from a public school in the interior of the state...
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The term ‘digital resources’ is increasingly used in educational research to describe the specific knowledge and skills that constitute teachers’ professional digital competence. Educational policy documents, including the European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu), deploy the term to reaffirm teachers’ need for special...
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The main outcome of my Doctoral Thesis is the presence of highly motivated community agents (teachers, parents, educational leaders, politicians, etc.) who see the school as an engine for community development. Among these community agents particular attention could paid to teachers: the "role of teachers as organic intellectuals" is the concept us...
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Scientific temper is an essential skill of 21st century youth. The New Education Policy (NEP 2020) in its recommendation clearly mentioned Specific skills and abilities, such as scientific temper, creativity, communication, fitness and wellness, teamwork, problem-solving, digital literacy, ethics, and so on, will be emphasized in school. In this co...
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Higher education institutions have three core functions, namely teaching and learning, research and community engagement. In a country like India education surveys involving million of students enrolled in various Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) with low response rates can be a major concern. It is a big challenge for the country to achieve th...
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The recent and coming changes to the Japanese Ministry of Education English Course of Study and English requirements of the Japanese University Entrance Exam system have shifted the focus of the teaching and learning of English in Japanese high schools away from reading and listening towards writing extended texts in English. These changes have inc...
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Implementing inclusive education (IE) for children with disabilities (CWD) in primary schools is one of the essential roles of school manager to provide equal opportunities in learning and development for CDW. This paper is concerned with exploring IE implementation in primary schools in Cau Giay, Hanoi, Vietnam. IE management such as making plans,...
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The article deals with the Basic Education Evaluation System (Saeb), considered the forerunner of external exams to measure the performance of students and educational networks. By discussing the official documents that deal with the Saeb Public Education Policy, we seek to understand the sociopolitical and pedagogical aspects of External Evaluatio...
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COVID-19 has caused many difficulties worldwide, education being one of the most affected areas. This research aims to disseminate the research trends about education in the context of COVID-19 in Spain. Through a systematic review, all research works about this topic in the Spanish context, that were published between 2020–2022 in national and int...
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Multicultural education plays a significant role in eliminating prejudices and developing concepts such as tolerance, understanding, respect for differences, and empathy. The northern part of Cyprus exhibits the characteristics of a society that has received increasing numbers of immigrants in recent years, and where the experiences of living toget...
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The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 aims to transform education, keeping the learner at the centre. It helps to build strong foundational skills and quality of learning across all levels of education, shift in the ways of assessment and, fi nally, need for systemic transformation. The NEP stressed on creating a national curricular and pedagogi...
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This paper sought to highlight teachers’ attitudes on implementing the Free Basic Education Policy in Kiteto District Council, Tanzania. Data were collected from 169 respondents by using questionnaires and interviews. Data analysis was done by descriptive statistics and content analysis. The findings showed that the teachers generally had positive...
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This article engages with secularism in an attempt to create openings for teachers, students, folklorists, and researchers to think differently about how reverberations of death, loss, and remembrance are registered, and thus navigated, by people holding scriptural commitments. Although religious frameworks-and the concepts embedded within-serve as...
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Language education policies contain discourses that have language ideologies embedded within them. This study explores the language ideologies in official language education policy documents of Pakistan from 2000 to 2020. Using Corpus Assisted Critical Discourse Analysis techniques, a 1.28 million-word-corpus was generated from 32 policy documents...
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Teaching is a profession that prepares students for other professions. Teachers are the most important component in the education system to maintain the quality of the teaching-learning process. Teachers' professional development is one of the vital parameters of quality improvement. They must be updated with research and innovations in their conce...
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Change is unavoidable in all facets of life, and it is important to adapt accordingly. It applies to all fields, including education. Changes in educational policy are made by the government in reaction to changing circumstances. While every country is working on a specific educational framework that's based on its own specific educational history...
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Background Awareness of adverse childhood experiences and their impact on adult psychopathology primarily focuses on adversities within the home. There is limited insight into the impact of adversities across peer environments. Objective This study investigates 19 items related to adverse experiences across the home, school and peer environments a...
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National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 is the torchbearer for providing quality education. Indeed NEP2020 has transformed the learning environment from the school level to higher education. Education is the major aspect of the development of any society. Education aims to create good citizens, problem solvers, and digitally skilled individuals and in...
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The National Education Policy-2020 was designed to offer educational service that will help India's expanding prosperity. The three main goals of the new policy are to improve quality, diversity, and honesty in the educational system from K-12 through university education. The nation's economy benefits greatly from the study of commerce and managem...
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According to Bharathi's educational ideas, everyone can get an equal status in society through education. He lays down the curriculum to include basic writing, mathematics, history, geography, astronomy, religious-based education, economic education, inquiry-based science, political science, handcraft industry, agriculture, business, physical educa...
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In this study, the researchers analyzed the issues in teacher education research after the implementation of the 12-Year Basic Education policy and developed suggestions to improve the quality of teacher education in Taiwan. The researchers used Taiwan's Database of Journal Citations in Science Education to collect studies on teacher education publ...
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In recent years the discourse in education has been around the provision of quality education, and, the use of technology towards this end. While the use of technology in education has increased, the digital divide among certain subgroups of society has become more pronounced. This paper analyses the nationally representative data from the National...
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Equity and efficiency are two important issues in the development of human society, and educational equity and educational efficiency are the two major value objectives pursued by education. Based on this, this paper will compare and contrast the similarities and differences in the relationship between equity and efficiency in Chinese and American...
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In late December 2019 it took the world by storm by transmitting very quickly through the human respiratory tract. Since this happened the World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that Covid-19 is called a pandemic. The Covid-19 outbreak affects almost all aspects of life, including the aspect of education in Indonesia, which is also not spared f...
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The Chilean educational system is widely known as one of the most marketized systems globally. However, new political dynamics have emerged, challenging the extent to which education has been privatised and set in train what we might call the 'unmaking of the market'. Across the literature, there are numerous accounts on making markets. However, wh...
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The Ministry of Education (MoE), Govt. of India has taken a number of reformatory measures in order to transform the education system in India. SWAYAM is one such initiative, which stands for Study Webs of Active-Learning for Young Aspiring Minds. This national program is based on MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) platform. It is designed to achiev...
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Twenty ye ars after the Lisbon strategy, education policy in the European Union (EU) is at a critical juncture, with a new set of strategic goals endorsed for the 2021–2030 decade. This article examines the complex interplay of ideas, institutions and actors, in articulating education policy priorities in the new European Education Area (EEA). Draw...
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The economy of India cannot accomplish the objective of sustainable economic development until or unless it can put a generous sum into human resources. Education is a fundamental factor in development. It does not just improve the personal satisfaction of an individual, yet, addition, it improves the social advantage of the public. The motivation...
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The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 reinstated the debate on the role of school leaders in ushering in school improvement. Research backs the statement strongly as ‘school leaders are only second to teachers in ascertaining student achievement’(Halász& Pont, 2007; Leithwood et al., 2020; Leithwood & Levin, 2010; Leithwood & Massey, 2010). Also...
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Despite the known impact of exposure to adversity on academic outcomes, the role of adversity, particularly expanded forms of adversity, is overlooked within school discipline. Disproportionate application of exclusionary discipline is known to feed disparate educational and criminal justice pathways, particularly for Black and Indigenous males. Th...
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According to my country's "Health Education and Health Promotion Work Plan Outline", health education is a planned, organized and systematic social education activity, so that people can consciously adopt behaviors and lifestyles that are beneficial to health, and eliminate or reduce the impact of health risk factors, disease prevention, health pro...
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This article describes the development of Europe-wide higher education and research. The European Higher Education Area (EHEA) is an educational initiative of the European Commission designed to increase staff and student mobility and improve the employability of graduates. In addition, the ERASMUS programme has enabled millions of students to stud...
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In 2015, Idaho adopted the nation’s first direct admissions system and proactively admitted all high school graduates to a set of public institutions. This reimagination of the admissions process may reduce barriers to students’ enrollment and improve access across geographic and socioeconomic contexts by removing many human capital, informational,...
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The National Educational policy 2020 (NEP-2020) has been given by MHRD for the new education system and for the public of the modern nation.NEP-2020 has provided more value to the libraries of all levels, public and academic libraries. The new policy focused on infrastructure, services and the working of the libraries. The new policy also includes...
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xamines the situation of education policy reference. New curriculum reform, namely “a new round of basic education curriculum reform”. Alternative approaches, such as school-based curricula, student-centred teaching methods, and formative assessment, have been used to draw on the NCR. In this essay, the borrowing process of China’s new curriculum r...