Since the announcement last week, school education minister Varsha Gaikwad has been consulting various stakeholders to chalk out a plan to evaluate students and issue mark sheets. But teachers feel that it is important to hear from the ground.
“Students and schools across the state have varied learning levels, access to digital learning, and admission patterns for junior college. It would be critical to hear from teachers on how they can best evaluate the child’s progress through the year. We must be included in the consultations,” said a teacher of a Zilla Parishad school.
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Shivnath Darade of teachers’ group Shikshak Parishad concurred that stakeholders, including teachers, must be consulted while drafting an assessment module and the state must take into consideration the impact on junior college admissions. CBSE and CISCE are also yet to declare their evaluation criterion.