SCERT AP – Academic year 2022-23 – Baseline Assessment – 90 days school readiness programme – Day wise activities for addressing the learning gap – detailed action plan
Rc.No. ESE02-30/20/2022-A&I -CSE Dt.14/08/2022
Sub : School Education – SCERT AP – Academic year 2022-23 – Baseline Assessment – 90 days school readiness programme – Day wise activities for addressing the learning gap – detailed action plan – Issued – Reg.
1.Rc.No.24/A&I/2022 dated 29.05.2022.
2.R.C.No. ESE02/396/2022-SCERT Date:25/06/2022
3. Note Orders at Note #4 in fle ESE02-30/20/2022-A&I -CSE.
4. Rc.No. ESE02/501/2022-SCERT Dt.04/07/2022
All the Regional Joint Directors of school education and the District Educational Officers in the State are aware that the academic year 2022- 23 commenced from 5th July 2022. Orders were already issued about the implementation of the Action Plan for School Readiness programme for classes 1st to 5th for 6 Weeks and Classes 6th to 9th for 4 Weeks.
Also, the baseline assessment was conducted from 22nd July 2022 to identify the existing learning standards of students of classes 2 to 10 regarding foundational literacy and numeracy by using the assessment tools developed by the Pratham organization.
To improve the standards of the students, who will be identified in levels 1,2 and 3 after the conduct of baseline assessment, Remedial Teaching programme should be undertaken up. To bring the students of levels 1,2 and 3 into the class-appropriate standard. For this, a 90 days, day-wise plan and Remedial teaching material are prepared ( annexed herewith).
Therefore all the Regional Joint Directors of school education and the District Educational Officers in the State are requested to issue necessary instructions to all field functionaries, up to every teacher to ensure the effective implementation of the day-wise plan for Remedial teaching for the students of levels 1,2 and 3.
Further, they are requested to monitor the academic activities for ensuring appropriate class-specific, subject-specific learning outcomes among children. It shall be highlighted that the improvement in the learning outcome levels of the children will be the focus area for evaluating the academic performance of teachers. All supervisory officers should check this during the school visits/ inspections and prompt action to be taken to ensure that the teachers are fully aligned with the programs prepared and goals set for them.