Central Square Foundation, CSF on International Day of Education hosted a forum that brought together the education sector experts to deliberate primary education reforms outlined in NEP 2020.

The forum held on Tuesday, January 24 was organised to find a common pathway and develop an actionable understanding among key stakeholders from government & civil society to achieve the objectives regarding furthering the learning outcomes among school children, as outlined in the NEP 2020 document, read the press statement issued by Central Square Foundation.

This year’s theme for International Day of Education was ‘to invest in people, prioritize education’. The forum organised by CSF was started with keynote address by Shaveta Sharma-Kukreja, CEO, Central Square Foundation, on the need for greater salience on ensuring that learning outcomes for all children is met as per the vision of the NEP 2020.

The opening panel discussion for the forum was on the topic, “The New Regulatory Architecture Envisioned by the NEP” followed by second panel with topic, “Setting a Visible Learning Marker to improve Learning Outcomes”.

Apart from this, as per the press release, the event witnessed participation of representatives of some government institutions & bodies such as Mr Ayush Prasad (IAS), CEO – Zila Parishad, Pune; Dr Joseph Emmanual, Central Board for Secondary Education; and notable experts from civil society, which included panelists like Dr Parth Shah, Centre for Civil Society; Ms Bhuvana Anand, Trayas; Dr Priyanka Sharma, Australian Council for Education Research and Ms Vyjayanthi Sankar, Centre for Science of Student Learning.

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