The MSIP provides schools in Meghalaya with a framework for enhancing student outcomes and organizational development, aimed at strengthening the school’s capacity for managing change and sustaining improvements in student achievement through recurring cycles of collective inquiry and action research.
Message from the Honourable Minister I/T Education
Schools and School Management has undergone tremendous changes to meet the aspiration of Students and Community. I am glad that Education Department has live to the occasion to meet many challenges. Meghalaya School Improvement Programme (MSIP) is one of many programme towards achieving quality education. I am sure the component of the Programme will help transform the overall School Education in the state. Let us realize that the word Improvement is not the end but a long and continuous journey. We are duty bound to walk in that journey.
Message from the Principal Secretary, Education Department
I take this opportunity to congratulate the Meghalaya School Improvement Programme (MSIP) State Team for taking the initiative to improve the quality of teaching and learning in the school and stregthening the school’s capacity for managing change and sustaining improvement in school which will benefit not only to the student but the teachers, parents and community as a whole I wish them to continue success in their future.
Message from the Director of School Education & Literacy
It gives me immense joy to learn that the MSIP State Team has come up with a Quarterly Newsletter, to monitor the progress, activities, implementation updates, good practices etc of the Meghalaya School Improvement Programme (MSIP). The Meghalaya School Improvement Programme (MSIP) is truly a unique initiative of the Department, which aims to strengthen the school’s capacity for managing change and sustaining improvements in student achievement through recurring cycles of collective inquiry and action research. The ultimate goal of the MSIP is, of course, to improve the learning environment and learning outcomes of students, through the identification of areas of strength and areas of practice that need improvement and planning the right improvement strategies through a collaborative approach. The MSIP improvement cycle is a staged and continuous process that is flexible, disciplined and focused on learning’. On this landmark occasion of the Pilot Newsletter of the Programme, I wish to extend my heartfelt greetings to the MSIP State Team and all the stakeholders of the Programme, and I wish them the best in all their future endeavours.