The Delhi Board of School Education, DBSE Schools under the Kejriwal government, has signed an agreement with the IB. The International Baccalaureate (IB) formed a pact. So that the Delhi’s schools can get verified and certified.
And, that too from the International standards to bring quality education for the students. This would change the entire face of education for the entire country, Arvind Kejriwal announced on Friday.
Under the agreement, Kejriwal announced that international experts will train the teachers. These experts will visit the schools, meet the staff. And would give their expert knowledge. They can help in editing the curriculum of DBSE schools. And can give their suggestions for various disciplines and subjects. Initially, a students expertise program would get planned out. And then the Delhi Schools will get certified , added Kejriwal.
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DBSE SCHOOLS MOU WITH IB
The DBSE has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the IB. On August 12, the agreement to sign the pact to implement the IB programs. For this year around 30 government schools got selected for the IB programs. And of the 20 schools are part of Delhi’s new School of specialized excellence (SOSE) scheme. The Delhi CM said, We’re starting with 30 Delhi government schools for this year. And, later on, Delhi’s private schools can even get them affiliated with the IB board.
DBSE SCHOOLS AGREEMENT: ANALYSIS
Till now, there’s a trend in the Indian education system. The poor students will go to government schools for their education. Whereas students from well-off families will study in the private schools. But now after the Delhi’s government new agreements this trend might decline. As the students in the government schools would also get quality education. And this would help in reducing the educational gap between the institutes. It would also help in removing the gap between the 2 classes. And help in eliminating poverty with good quality of education.
The IB is an international private education board with its headquarters in Geneva. And around 5500 schools affiliated with this board in around 169 countries. Presently, In India, there are 193 institutes affiliated with IB. And all of them are elite top-end private schools.