Bangladesh education system

How should our engineering education evolve?

Over the years, engineering programmes in Bangladeshi universities have stagnated, still clinging to a 20th-century structure.

Good for students, good for teachers

If embraced by students, it has the potential to revolutionise their learning experience.

Implementing new curriculum will be challenging

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

Education needs resolute leadership of new ministers

The education that a child can acquire is currently a matter of how much his/her family can pay.

What may an education manifesto for 2024 look like?

It needs to recognise both the challenges and the opportunities.

The problem is not with coaching centres or ChatGPT. It's with our education system.

AI and edtech can be helpful for our students in an inclusive manner when the plans and programmes in this respect recognise the basic and long-standing weaknesses in the system.

Protecting a generation in danger

Two recent studies under government auspices have confirmed the warnings given by Education Watch.

NCTB textbooks: Never-ending cycle of controversies

The National Curriculum and Textbook Board has been stuck in the loop of controversies centring on school textbooks with academics and some NCTB officials blaming it on the negligence of writers and editors, insufficient training and lack of serious punishment for blunders.

Impact of the fourth industrial revolution on classroom education

Bangladesh cannot ignore the changes brought about by the fourth industrial revolution.

February 12, 2024
February 12, 2024

How should our engineering education evolve?

Over the years, engineering programmes in Bangladeshi universities have stagnated, still clinging to a 20th-century structure.

January 24, 2024
January 24, 2024

Good for students, good for teachers

If embraced by students, it has the potential to revolutionise their learning experience.

January 24, 2024
January 24, 2024

Implementing new curriculum will be challenging

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

January 14, 2024
January 14, 2024

Education needs resolute leadership of new ministers

The education that a child can acquire is currently a matter of how much his/her family can pay.

October 11, 2023
October 11, 2023

What may an education manifesto for 2024 look like?

It needs to recognise both the challenges and the opportunities.

May 21, 2023
May 21, 2023

The problem is not with coaching centres or ChatGPT. It's with our education system.

AI and edtech can be helpful for our students in an inclusive manner when the plans and programmes in this respect recognise the basic and long-standing weaknesses in the system.

March 26, 2023
March 26, 2023

Protecting a generation in danger

Two recent studies under government auspices have confirmed the warnings given by Education Watch.

January 19, 2023
January 19, 2023

NCTB textbooks: Never-ending cycle of controversies

The National Curriculum and Textbook Board has been stuck in the loop of controversies centring on school textbooks with academics and some NCTB officials blaming it on the negligence of writers and editors, insufficient training and lack of serious punishment for blunders.

August 14, 2022
August 14, 2022

Impact of the fourth industrial revolution on classroom education

Bangladesh cannot ignore the changes brought about by the fourth industrial revolution.

June 24, 2022
June 24, 2022

Education system in Bangladesh needs to change

In Bangladesh, although primary education is free and the government provides the textbooks, more than 4.3 million children aged 6-15 years are not in school.

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