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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
Reimagining Quality Education For Equity And Excellence
Dr. Sandeep Talluri
Pages: 3271-3276
In this paper main focus the Strategies for framing quality education for equitable learning. Education is increasingly becoming a vehicle for the economic prosperity of the countries worldwide. The academics have in the past played a pivotal role in the theoretical debates and practical experimentations concerning the best route towards Sustainable Development. Higher Education is vested by society with the mission of discerning truth, imparting knowledge, skills and values and preparing responsible citizens and competent workers who will contribute to a sustainable world. Therefore, growing concern for the increasing effectiveness of the education systems is to generate quality human capital to contribute to the economic prosperity of the country. Globally, the education is said to be equitable, when educational practices, policies, curricula, resources are representative of all students, such that each student has access to, can participate in and make progress in high quality learning experiences, regardless of her or his race, socio-economic status, gender, ability, religion, national origin and linguistic diversity (Skelton &Kigamwa, 2013). It is suggested that concrete steps should be taken by the university bodies to foster educational equity for students so that each and every learner at higher education becomes capable of upward social mobility and contribute to the economic development of the country.
Country, Education, Learning, Students, University.