Arunachal Pradesh government along with NITI Aayog and Reach to Tech Foundation organized a workshop to finalise post-National Achievement Survey (NAS) interventions for learning ability in the state. The objective of the workshop was to create a roadmap for a three-year programme to facilitate teaching and learning outcomes and improve the National Achievement Survey (NAS) performance of the state.
SCERT, Government of Arunachal Pradesh conducted a two-day workshop, facilitated by Reach to Tech Foundation. The main channel for the implementation of Sustainable Action for Transforming Human Capital in Education (SATH) in Arunachal Pradesh will be Mission LEAP (Learning Enhancement for Arunachal Pradesh) through which the State Government will be launching an education transformation initiative for more than 3,000 Government schools.
Er. Taba Tedir, Minister of Education, Government of Arunachal Pradesh said, “To develop education in Arunachal Pradesh, we need to train our teachers properly. Only then will students receive a proper education. This project is the first of its kind in the state. I thank the entire Reach to Teach team and hope we can make Arunachal Pradesh the best in education.”
Padmini Singla, Commissioner of Education, Government of Arunachal Pradesh added, “Arunachal Pradesh’s education system has some advantages that we don’t talk about. We have a small number of students, our Teacher-Pupil Ratio is good, and we don’t have a shortage of teachers. There is scope to bring about significant change.”