The Centre along with the Nagaland State government has signed a 68 million dollar project with the World Bank today in order to Improve the Quality of Education in Nagaland.
The project named “Nagaland: Enhancing Classroom Teaching and Resources” will improve classroom instruction; create opportunities for the professional development of teachers; and build technology systems to provide students and teachers with more access to blended and online learning. The project will also allow better monitoring of policies and programs. The Ministry of Finance has said that such an integrated approach will complement conventional delivery models and help mitigate the challenges posed by COVID-19. About 1 lakh 50 thousand students and 20 thousand teachers in the government education system will benefit from the statewide reforms in schools.
Source: All India Radio