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“I Say I Can”

‘Reformer’ is the apt word to describe her. She launched an addictive concept called ‘Design for Change’ engaging 32,274 schools and thousands of children back in 2009. Since then, 22 countries involving 250,000 children got addicted to this invigorating idea. Kiran Bir Sethi– founder of Riverside School unravels her idea of education and the role of schools with Francis Joseph of BW Education

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Entrepreneurship education at an early age holds the key to curbing suicide rates among youth in India

India has one of the worlds’ highest suicide rates in youth aged 15 – 29. According to a 2015 report by the National Crime Records Bureau, every hour, one student commits suicide in India. Failure to cope with exams, fear of disappointing their parents and a general sense of hopelessness was a commonly stated reason for the suicides.

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Bonding with Schools is a Part of Parenting

The journey of a loved one to a choice school on the first day is a matter of incredible excitement. Parental expectations and a school’s response may not always be in sync with each other. It is necessary that parents take certain steps on their part to turn this relationship into a lasting, memorable and fruitful experience.

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Why School accreditation and grading is important

Discontinuing of CBSEi and increasing set of difficulties to accredit schools, it is important for institutions to understand its gravity.

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How good is GST for Education?

We often describe goods and services in the same breath almost loosely so to say. Different as they are, a business is successful if it can combine the two to provide a unique USP.

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Macmillan Education launches ICAS Assessment Programme for Indian Schools

ICAS, a diagnostic assessment tool, developed by University of South Wales, enters Indian Subcontinent with Macmillan Education.

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Safety at school is a top concern for children in India: ‘Small Voices, Big Dreams’ survey finds out

The ‘Small Voices, Big Dreams’ survey, that was released on February 8, 2017, captures children’s views on education and safety at school, in both developed and developing countries. The findings revealed that nearly one in three children in India have concerns about their safety at school.

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Book Chat: With Dr. Ashok Pandey on his first book "The Pedagogical Life-Essays on Educating India"

Over a quick chat on the release of his much-awaited first book, Dr. Ashok Pandey, NPSC Chairman and Principal, Ahlcon International School shares his motivation to pen his first book and plan forward in authoring more.

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