Kathmandu, Aug 25: Management Institute for National Development (MIND) Nepal has decided to organise AdvancEd K-12 School Summit Nepal to implement global education Nepal under the theme-'Developing Educational Excellence in K-12 Schools'.
AdvancED, the largest K-12 school accreditation agency in the world with over 40,000 accredited schools in more than 70 countries around the world, is looking forward to extend its school improvement protocols to K-12 school community in Nepal. Organising a press conference here today, MIND Nepal said that the Summit was going to be organised to address the cause of 'K-12 school improvement' to a larger audience of school in Nepal.
On the occasion, Chief Executive Officer of the MIND Nepal, Anil Pradhan, said that the Summit were scheduled from August 27 in Kathmandu for the first time for helping the schools to reach the pinnacle of educational quality. Another officer at MIND Nepal, Sujan Aryal, said that the Summit has aimed at providing Nepali students leaving for abroad for higher education with international standard education. Likewise, Chief Operations Officer of AdvancED, Dr Annette Bohling, Vice President of AdvancED for Middle East/Africa and Asia/Australia, Dr Kem Hussain, and Regional Director –Asia/Australia at AdvancED, Dr Anne-Marie, among others said that the Summit would play a significant role to make Nepal's education of international standard.
They said that Nepal has a very large and motivated population of young learners, who would eventually benefit through such association and improvement.
AdvancED develops continuous and comprehensive models of improvement in all its school, to help schools to reach the pinnacle of educational quality.
Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Gopalman Shrestha is scheduled to inaugurate the Summit.