teachers

Must students learn studentship before they learn to learn?

Universities are not teaching entities, per se. Universities are, instead, transformative sanctuaries.

When teachers stop being teachers

Those who choose to become teachers nowadays often do so out of necessity rather than a genuine desire to educate.

Quality training crucial for primary school teachers

Teachers teach students from pre-primary to primary levels without having much pedagogical training. But this period is the most important of one’s entire education life

Without good teachers, any education reform agenda is futile

The solution to this problem lies in generating more opportunities for the employment of our graduates – at home and abroad.

Are we really fostering creativity?

It’s time to make our education system conducive to critical thinking

Of public schools and their woes

As the new fiscal year is set to begin, will the state of public schools remain unchanged?

The back to school business

As schools the world over gear up to reopen after periodic shutdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic, Bangladesh has kept educational institutes closed for over a year and a half, since March last year. In light of the country’s insufficient health infrastructure, it seems like a sensible decision, even if a bit overcautious.

Teachers can't take coaching classes

The High Court yesterday upheld the government policy framed in 2012 to stop “coaching business” by the teachers of government and private educational institutions.

PM orders MPO process, teachers end hunger strike

Teachers call off their hunger strike today after Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina orders to initiate the process of enlistment into the Monthly Payment Order (MPO) system.

June 10, 2024
June 10, 2024

Must students learn studentship before they learn to learn?

Universities are not teaching entities, per se. Universities are, instead, transformative sanctuaries.

November 5, 2023
November 5, 2023

When teachers stop being teachers

Those who choose to become teachers nowadays often do so out of necessity rather than a genuine desire to educate.

January 18, 2023
January 18, 2023

Quality training crucial for primary school teachers

Teachers teach students from pre-primary to primary levels without having much pedagogical training. But this period is the most important of one’s entire education life

December 25, 2022
December 25, 2022

Without good teachers, any education reform agenda is futile

The solution to this problem lies in generating more opportunities for the employment of our graduates – at home and abroad.

November 11, 2022
November 11, 2022

Are we really fostering creativity?

It’s time to make our education system conducive to critical thinking

June 1, 2022
June 1, 2022

Of public schools and their woes

As the new fiscal year is set to begin, will the state of public schools remain unchanged?

September 12, 2021
September 12, 2021

The back to school business

As schools the world over gear up to reopen after periodic shutdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic, Bangladesh has kept educational institutes closed for over a year and a half, since March last year. In light of the country’s insufficient health infrastructure, it seems like a sensible decision, even if a bit overcautious.

February 8, 2019
February 8, 2019

Teachers can't take coaching classes

The High Court yesterday upheld the government policy framed in 2012 to stop “coaching business” by the teachers of government and private educational institutions.

January 5, 2018
January 5, 2018

PM orders MPO process, teachers end hunger strike

Teachers call off their hunger strike today after Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina orders to initiate the process of enlistment into the Monthly Payment Order (MPO) system.

April 19, 2016
April 19, 2016

ACC nets 8 over different scams

In 2013, five employees of the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) drew two months' salary of 265 teachers and employees.

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