Teacher Magazine, 20 April 2022:
“Since the ASER results were first published in 2005 the large-scale assessment has proved an inspiration to others, with 15 countries in South Asia, sub-Saharan Africa, and Latin America including Kenya, Mexico, and Pakistan launching similar assessments by citizen groups.
In the first ‘10 questions with…’ series featuring leading education figures, Editor Jo Earp talks to Dr Banerji about her work at Pratham, changes in school education in India over the years, and the urgent tasks facing teachers as they continue to support student learning during the pandemic.”
In this interview, Rukmini talks about the Yidan Prize, the ASER report, the changes in school education in India over the years, and the urgent tasks facing schools and teachers during and after the pandemic.
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