India — For the first run through in over two decades, the Indian government is directing a complete audit of its education policy. The objective is to devise a methodology better adjusted to the “changing flow of the populace,” namely its youthfulness, in order to make India a “knowledge superpower.”
Better late than never, on the grounds that India’s education policy has gone perilously off track subsequent to the usage of the 2009 Right to Education Act (RTE Act). The law, which was intended to ensure a decent training to every single Indian children between the ages of 6 and 14, was hailed as a historic point change. Be that as it may, six years on, school enlistment has barely enhanced, and real learning has sharply weakened.Read more…
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