విద్యలో సమాజ భాగస్వామ్యం
Interventions so far:
Badi Runam Thirchukundam
'Badi Runam Thirchukundam (BRT) was launched by the Government in June 2016, to encourage community participation in promoting education in the State. In English, it roughly translates as 'Pay back or Giving Back to School'. This was specifically meant to encourage the alumni, local community, industrialists, NRIs and the public representatives to donate either in cash or in kind to a school of their choice.
The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan wing of Department of Education introduced Kasturi, a bimonthly magazine, exclusively for the girl students in the State. This is a first of its kind newsletter in India which covers educational information, shares innovative teaching-learning process to provide an impetus to girl child education. The idea of preparing an exclusive magazine was to encourage girl child education and personality development.
To ensure enrolment of every child in the age group of 6 to 14 in the school and to impart quality education to them, a week-long campaign is organised by the School Education department in the villages during summer vacation. This is done to educate parents and to see to it that all eligible children are enrolled in schools.
Interventions in progress:
Vidyarthi Nestham-Enhanced Parental Participation
Under Vidyarthi Nestham initiative, 1-5 predicted dropouts are allotted to teachers who will be Vidyarthi Nesthams for respective students. They will make efforts to engage with the child, their parents and keep a constant watch on the child and its family's plans for the future of the child. They will record the same including the likely dropout reason for the Department to take necessary action.
Create Panchayat level school report cards on learning levels of students.
Inviting Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) partnerships for various initiatives under School Education