New Curriculum from Primary to Higher Secondary Delayed

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The work of formulating the new curriculum from pre-primary to higher secondary has been delayed for another year. As a result, students will not get books in the new curriculum next year.

Now, it has been decided that the proposed new curriculum will be implemented in 2022 in 100 secondary level educational institutions in the sixth and seventh classes on an experimental basis.

Then in 2023, new curriculum books will be given to the students of these two classes.

On the other hand, the primary school will have experimental work in the new curriculum in only 100 institutions in Class One next year and next year all the students in this class will be given books.

But what will happen in other classes, they will decide next year.

The decision was taken at a meeting between the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education and the Ministry of Education on 29 April. The meeting was attended by Education Minister Dipu Moni and other officials.

The first, sixth, and seventh grades have been discussed to run activities in the new curriculum experimentally next year. But the matter is not clear.

It was first announced that from this year, some classes of students will get books in the new curriculum. But due to Corona, it was postponed for a year. It was then announced that it would be implemented from next year.

Source: ProthomAlo

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