Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Education Policy - Round 2!
The "Massive Open Online Course on Education Policy" is an online course that aims to train students in research methods and the philosophical, economic, and political aspects of education policy. This course will provide a solid foundation in the theories that have influenced policy decisions over the decades and steps in the process of policy formulation, knowledge and skills necessary to analyze education policies and suggest reforms on the basis of successful pilot studies from across the world and emerging trends in the sector. The course demands 4-hour engagement per week for a period of a month (16 hours, including a 1.5-hour assessment exam).
Offered entirely on a digital learning platform to reach development professionals working in the farthest ends of the country
Comprises of 4 modules with 20 topics covered through video lectures, animations, quizzes, simulation building
Discussion forum and technical query resolution forum
Eminent board of mentors and experienced faculty team
Apply Now to be a part of our 3-Day Certificate Course in Public Policy
'ìpolicy for Young Leaders', Centre for Civil Society's signature course on public policy, is coming to Hyderabad, Chennai and Bengaluru. The certificate course aims to enable participants to explore the public policy landscape in India, as well as equip them with the necessary tools to examine the effectiveness of government policies and regulations.
The candidates will be provided with a certificate at the end of the program and also be granted access to our vast alumni/academic network. The course is open to all college students and young professionals
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