Identifying an effective teacher in public schools in Delhi
- 26 December, 2017
- IGC Research on India
University of Delhi
Azim Premji University
While there is near universal school enrolment among 6-14 year olds in India, learning levels are abysmally low. In this context, this project looks at senior secondary government schools in Delhi to understand what factors determine a student’s performance in exams. A primary focus is to understand the role of teachers and to identify the traits that make an effective teacher.
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