Covid-19: Education ministry mulls 3 plans to recover loss
News Desk || risingbd.com
All the educational institutions in the country are shut due to coronavirus pandemic. Around 1.5 lakh students of primary level are facing trouble. That’s why the government has taken three plans to recover the loss.
According to the first step of the plan, educational institutions were directed to end lesson within 76 days after opening the institutions on October 4. Syllabuses have been prepared already. Assessment tests will be done according to the syllabus. However, decision is not final yet about the assessment process.
The second step is – If the educational institution cannot be opened on October 4, it may be opened on November 1. Then, National Academy for Primary Education (NAPE) will take steps making more precise syllabus.
The concerned sources said, the overall issue is depending on the situation. That’s why the government kept ready the third phase plan. Fifth graders will be promoted giving auto-pass in that case.
Md Shah Alam, director general of National Academy for Primary Education (NAPE) said, lesson plans are kept ready centering October-November.