“A woman should not worry about what one may think of her” On the occasion of International Women’s Day, celebrated on 8 March, we have
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Tribal children in India face several challenges in completing primary education. According to India government, 58% rate of dropout among tribal children at primary school is much
International Education Day: the right of every child to have a qualified teacher has a price tag but is priceless.
On this International Education Day (24 January), as recently adopted by the United Nations, let us remember that the right of every child to have
Sunita Bai is a worker in a construction site in Bhopal. She has two children, a boy and a girl, under the age of 5
Language barriers, poorly provisioned and ill-functioning schools are some of the reasons for the deteriorating quality of primary education. They result in learning deficits among
A ‘Special educator’ refers to a teacher or trainer for students belonging to specific categories of exclusion. It is time we rethink if it is