BANGALORE: While schools are gearing adult to exercise Right to Education (RTE) Act, scarcely 54 per cent of teachers pronounced that they face problems in classroom management, according to a statewide survey.
This statistic comes from Teacher Needs Analysis (TNA), a feedback beginning of Karnataka Knowledge Commission (KKC), Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan and Azim Premji Foundation. Teachers who participated in a consult pronounced their categorical problem was handling a educational credentials of students and progressing leadership. The teachers, also pronounced classroom government is a upkeep of special needs. The consult lonesome 24,368 primary and high propagandize teachers opposite a state.
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