Thu, Oct 03, 2019, 03:28 PM
Harvard University, USA., makes Case Study on “How Telangana Social Welfare Residential Schools are Disrupting the Status quo in Education Sector in India”
It’s a matter of great pride that the students and the faculty of International Educational Policy Course run by Prof. Fernando Reimers of Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA., chose Telangana social welfare residential institutions as a case study to critically analyze the efforts and policies of the Government of Telangana in providing quality and equitable education to the marginalized students in the state. This great news was informed by the Course Administrator of International Education Policy of Harvard Graduate School of Education by mail to the Secretary, TSWREIS a couple of days ago.
Perhaps this is the first time that any such intervention in education for the marginalized being noticed by the world-renowned Harvard University. The students and the faculty of the Education School of Harvard University will analyze challenges in the professional development of teachers and school leaders against the background of acquisition of 21st-century skills by the students.
Dr. Praveen Kumar Secretary, TSWREIS., while thanking the chief minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao and the minister for welfare Koppula Eshwar for their unwavering support to the residential education under the KG-PG Mission in Telangana, said., teachers and students of social welfare residential institutions worked day and night with utmost dedication to catapult the TSWREI society to the global map within a span of six years. He further said, the TSWREIS carved a niche for itself by its seamless experimentation and syncing with the emerging trends in the global education space.