Thursday, 22 March 2018

AP School Education – Learning Enhancement Programme -“GNANA DHAARA”,Summer Residential Remedial Teaching programme to low performing students of class 5 & 9 – Preparatory activities - Guidelines

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION
ANDHRA PRADESH, AMARAVATI
Present: K. Sandhya Rani, I.Po.S
RC.No.21/B/C&T/SCERT/2018 Dt: 20.03.2018
Sub: School Education – Learning Enhancement Programme -“GNANA DHAARA”,Summer Residential Remedial Teaching programme to low performing
students of class 5 & 9 – Preparatory activities - Guidelines to District
Educational Officers – Issued – Reg.
Ref: 1. This Office Lr.R.C.No.21/B/SCERT/2018, dated: 19.03.2018 to Spl CS to
Govt. SE, AP
2. Minutes of Meeting on Summer Remedial Program, dated 31.01.18,
chaired by Commissioner of School Education
3. Instructions of Hon’ble Chief Minister during the Collector’s Conference,
dated 19.01.18.
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Attention of all Regional Joint Directors, School Education (RJDSEs), District
Educational Officers (DEOs), District Project Officers (POs) and Academic Monitoring
Officers (AMOs) to Hon’ble Chief Minister’s vision for School Education and direction thatAndhra Pradesh should be among the top three performers in the country in NationalAssessments of Student Learning Outcomes by 2022.
DDO Checker DDO adsbygoogle In order to achieve this vision, theEducation system needs to equip its students not only with literacy and numeracy, but withknowledge and skills relevant for the 21st Century.Recently conducted National Achievement Survey [NAS 2017] and Annual Statusof Education Report [ASER 2017] surveys mirror the results from the recent Summative
Assessment [SA-1] conducted in objective mode for Classes 8th and 9th. While NAS
showed a declining trend in performance of AP students moving towards UpperPrimary
and Secondary Education, ASER revealed that barely 59% of the youth in Srikakulam
district could do basic division. Further, analysis of the results of Class 9 students of SA1revealed that 51%, 47% and 25% of the students secured D1 and D2 grades, in Maths,Science and English subjects respectively.In view of all these findings, and in line with the directions of Hon’ble Chief Minister inref.
3 cited, the School Education Department is developing a clear action plan to addressgaps identified in NAS, ASER and other assessment reports.
As discussed with MHRD and Sp. Chief Secretary, School Education during review
meetings, there is a need to put in place a sustainable model of remedial teaching with theobjective of bringing low performing students to grade level. Further, recent data on drop -outs shows that nearly 22,000 students dropped out in transition from Class 9 to Class 10in AY 2016-17. Students who are entering Class 6 are also transitioning from PrimarySchools to High Schools without appropriate grade level competencies thus impeding their
ability to cope up with the syllabus at High School. The resultant plan of action for long
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