Financial Express: Over 60,000 children in India recovered from loss of learning incurred during COVID, claims XSEED
As per the results of the test, communication skills of students witnessed the highest improvement at 47%.
Nearly 61,000 students in India have recuperated well from loss of learning incurred during COVID, XSEED, a Singapore based educational platform has claimed. In a test conducted by the platform, the company claimed that students enrolled in the XSEED programmes showed 31% improvement in marks as compared to their previous year performance.
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XSEED Education is a Singapore based education system that improves thinking skills and problem-solving skills in children thereby making them more confident and ready for the 21stcentury workplace. Its flagship school program has reached close to two million children, upskilled, and certified over 100,000 teachers, in thousands of schools and has been deployed in eight countries including India, Philippines, and the Middle East. In 2020, XSEED launched XSEED SuperTeacher, a first-of-a-kind fully loaded teaching & learning app for teachers that can be used in both physical and online classes. The World Innovation Summit in Education (WISE) & MIT’s Legatum Center has featured XSEED among path-breaking global innovators in education.