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Ranjitsinh Disale appointed as World Bank advisor

Ranjitsinh Disale appointed as World Bank advisor

  • Ranjitsinh Disale, the first Indian teacher to receive the Global Teacher Award has been appointed by the World Bank as an Advisor to the World Bank.
  • World Bank has recently launched the Global Coach Program, a new initiative focused on accelerating learning by helping countries improve in-service teacher professional development (TPD) programs and systems.
  • The World Bank has appointed 12 advisors from world over and Mr. Disale is one of them representing India.

  • Disale’s work through the Advisory Board will impact the work World Bank on the ground, currently supporting over 18 million teachers around the world.

  • He will be an advisor to the World Bank till December 2024.

  • This program forms part of the World Bank’s broader agenda to tackle the global learning crisis (WDR, 2018).

  • The Coach program focuses on helping countries transform their TPD programs and policies to ones that adhere to a set of four key principles that have been shown to be linked to improved teaching quality.