Feedback: State FORUM

State FORUMS  are the state chapters of Principals FORUM set up with a vision to strengthen the spirit and will of the Principals FORUM to ensure that Principals bid for their due role in formulation of educational policies, regulatory frameworks and management issues rather than be at mercy of managements and Goverments. The objective of these forums is to address the issues faced by individual school principals in their day to day functions including advocacy. These forums will add value to the movement to enrich, elevate and empower the School Principals. State FORUMS will in collaboration with city FORUMS will take ahead the collective voice and effort to echo the responses from schools to the community, Governmental agencies to better resolution of issues and address challenges at a higher level.

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Questionnaire For State FORUM

1 - How frequently do you think that the member Principals should meet in the State Forums?

Weekly Monthly Quarterly Half Yearly
2 - How would you be able to contribute towards the State Forum in your State?

As Member Only  Motivate Principals to form more City Forums Leading from front
3 - What are your expectations from State Forum in your State?

Please tick your priorities from among the list given below and also rate them in the order of your priority from 1 to 8 against the box provided. 1 being the highest priorities 8 being the lowest priorities
  • Sharing the best practices from the practising schools across the state:
  • Training & Development for staff and for self:
  • Interschool exchange programmes-students across the state:
  • Leveraging power with Government authorities and administration:
  • Legal and statutory issues being addressed:
  • IT systems & processes:
  • Advocacy:
  • To grow to the level that a member of State Forum of School Principals be part of the committee for making recommendations on the school education in the states.
  • Other:
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