AirRef -"The spirit to enhance educational levels in weak and under-developed economies, to that of the developed World, for equality, brotherhood & live with dignity and pride as one race on Earth."
Teacher Professionalism and Remuneration.
The teacher-student ratio in many schools in the central & state government-run schools is very high and the quality of education is much low compared to the countries in America and Europe. The right to education act (RTI) mandates an optimal student-teacher ratio of 30:1,
Another major concern in the state and government-run schools in the rural areas Is the absenteeism of teachers, which runs to about 25%, and the government is losing US$2.0 Bullion yearly on salaries payments as per the world bank estimates. Besides, there is no structured growth and incentives for the teachers to work in rural areas, and the motivation to upgrade their skills.
Multi-layer Hierarchy for Teachers Growth: Self–reflection and constructive feedback from students, peers, and the principal help instructors of all ranks discover if they are effective in the classroom and inform choices that improve the quality of teaching, sharing these insights with peers and Principal helps those colleagues.
know how best to support, mentor, and promote instructors when it comes to teaching effectiveness. The temple tree hierarchy motivates the teachers as there is growth and an increase in remunerations to upgrade their skills.