Bangladesh education sector

Is more research funding the answer?

An enduring buzz in academia is that it requires political connections to advance in one’s career. This is a fundamental concern.

New School Curriculum: Implementation limps along

One and a half years after it was launched, implementation of the new curriculum at schools is still in a shambles as the authorities are yet to finalise a method of evaluating the students.

Implementing new curriculum will be challenging

There are many challenges to successfully implementing this new curriculum in Bangladesh.

Why do students want to leave Bangladesh?

How do we deal with this growing trend where not only our young ones, but also our hard-earned money is going abroad?

Why don't we understand the economic value of education?

It is well-known that an increase in government expenditure in education can contribute to economic growth and poverty alleviation

Education in national budget: A dialogue of the deaf

Our education decision-makers have a narrative that largely denies any serious deficiency in the system.

Do we need branches of foreign universities?

Let’s not turn our education into a commercial farce.

How long will BCL be above the law?

Comilla University incident shows how unruly it has become

Spending All for Nothing

Education abroad does not always come with golden opportunities

September 9, 2022
September 9, 2022

Can parents keep up with the high cost of education?

Government must check rising prices of school supplies

May 22, 2022
May 22, 2022

What Bangladesh needs to accomplish to be an upper-middle income country

Primary schools are the foundation for a child’s education.

January 29, 2018
January 29, 2018

High Court seeks govt explanation over unauthorised educational instts

The High Court issues a rule asking the government to explain why it should not be directed to stop operations of the unauthorised educational institutions including primary and high schools and madrassas across the country.

August 9, 2016
August 9, 2016

‘No more than 30% increase in school fees’

The tuition fees of the students in non-government schools, colleges, madrasas and vocational institutions cannot be increased by more than thirty percent in any circumstances, says an education ministry circular.

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