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We are delighted to share the news of the collaboration of the TISS Mumbai- Centre of Excellence in Teacher Education(CETE) with UNESCO as the research partner for the newly launched Marathi version of the 2021 State of the Education Report (SOER) for India: “No Teacher, No Class”.
The event was enriched by the presence of Mr. Eric Falt (Director and UNESCO Representative to Bhutan, India, Maldives & Sri Lanka), Prof. Shalini Bharat (Director, TISS), Prof. Padma Sarangapani, Dr. Anusha Ramanathan & Dr. Ruchi Kumar of CETE, Ms. Rajeshwari Chandrashekar, (UNICEF Chief, Mumbai), Ms. Joyce Poan (Chief of Education, UNESCO), and Mr. Rajan Dhoke (BMC School In-Charge).
This report has been compiled through the efforts of many researchers, and has comprehensively reiterated the idea of teachers being the ‘heart’ of the learning process. Prof. Shalini Bharat encapsulated the ethos behind the report perfectly when she said, “The pandemic has shown us the importance of the teachers and the need to support them to adapt and respond to challenges. Investing in teachers is the best preparation for the future.”
Here is a link to the UNESCO SOER Report in Marathi-
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