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  Education for All: National Plan of Action, India
The present document therefore is a plan of action that creates convergent perspectives on the EFA goals set out by the Dakar Framework of Action and the ongoing policies and programmes of India to reach the goals of universal elementary education, eradication of illiteracy and other related aspects, as enunciated by the National Policy on Education. >> Download it in PDF

  Education of Indian Scheduled Tribes: a study of community schools in the district of Vishakhapatnam
The present study attempts to analyze public initiatives to activate marginalized communities towards education. This study is based on the empirical data collected for two larger studies, namely, Community participation in education in tribal areas and Quality improvement programmes in education by the author. >> Download it in PDF

  Primary education for all in the city of Mumbai, India: the challenge set by local actors
This monmograph, on the challege faced by local actors in the primary education of the poor in the city of Mumbai, takes a look, first of all, at the two leading actors on this primary education scene. The city of Mumbai itself and the poor who live in it. >> Download it in PDF

  Quality of Education at the Beginning of the 21st Century: Lessons from India
As a case study of improvement in the quality of education, India is particularly interesting because of the democratic character of its struggle against colonial role and the sustenance of democratic governance afterward, in the face of bewildering internal and external difficulties. >> Download it in PDF

Children are under stress, and need support, which parents and families under the circumstances are unable to provide. Given the death of many mothers in the disaster, there will be a high number of single parent families headed by men.

   

Schools have re-opened in all affected districts
Children are under stress, and need support, which parents and families under the circumstances are unable to provide. Given the death of many mothers in the disaster, there will be a high number of single parent families headed by men.. >> More

   

Situation of education facilities, teachers and children
Along the Tamil Nadu coastline where 2.55 million children study in more than 500 schools, many school buildings were washed away, according to Education International (EI), the world's largest global teacher organisation in India . . .. >> More

  
 

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