Bangladesh’s startup scene is buzzing with new entries. And often it’s a bit noisy and chaotic. Since I personally always try to watch out for the edtech, learning or education startups, I’ve created a list of 10+ startups in the education sector to watch out for in 2020 and beyond.
Various discourses and newspapers have iterated that the quality of education is decaying although the literacy rate is improving. Such statements are also established using facts and figures such as this survey conducted by Directorate of Primary Education, which shows only 25 per cent of grade five students performed satisfactorily
If you are still not alarmed by the grim predictions of our education system, let me apprise you of the current scenario.
It was revealed in a large-scale national survey commissioned by the Directorate of Primary Education that 1 in 4
About 150 children took part in an art competition at Tangail’s Alokito Hridoy Primary School, organised by Voiceless Bangladeshi and Alokito Hridoy Foundation, marking National Children Day on Saturday.
The art completion was titled “A Bangladesh of My Dreams”, says a press release.
Naima Alam, founder of the Voiceless
EDUCATION is a never-ending learning process that shapes and reshapes an individual to develop beneficial qualities. However, the education provided by the teachers in schools is an institutionalised process that caters to the students. The kind of education provided in schools takes up a major chunk of our learning process.
With an aim to enlighten the minds and souls of the youth and children Alokito Hridoy Foundation along with Dhaka North City Corporation organised an initiative titled “Fearless Strokes”. Fearless Strokes began as a street art competition and was launched by the foundation on Facebook in mid-April. The youth community