For effective regulation of the country’s education system

By: Anurag Behar.   Scepticism of India’s draft National Education Policy should be suspended until it is implemented This is the second column in the series, Glimpses Of The Draft National Education Policy (NEP). The draft NEP has received widespread responses, ranging from thoughtful endorsement and insightful critique to good-faith criticism. Some of this is […]

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New education policy misses a critical chance to address inequalities in system

By: Anjela Taneja.    The draft National Education Policy (NEPTodas las entradas), 2019, is full of provisions that many in the education sector have been desperate to see for decades. The conferring of the Right to Education to children under six and above 14, doubling of the overall financial allocation to education and strengthening the […]

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Fiji: UNICEF urges students to stand up for their rights

Oceania/ Fiji/ 20.11.2018/ Source: www.fbc.com.fj. UNICEF has urged students of Stella Maris Primary School to stand up and demand their rights. In celebrating World Children’s Day, UNICEFrepresentative Sheldon Yett says the time for children to stand up and speak for themselves in now. Yett says children are a minority and their voices should be heard. “Today is World […]

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CAG Raps Arunachal for Sloppy Implementation of Right to Education

India/October 17, 2017/Source: https://www.northeasttoday.in Arunachal has failed to achieve the target of providing free and compulsory education to every child even after six years of implementation of Right to Education (RTE) Act, the CAG said in a recent report. The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) report, which was tabled in the state Assembly […]

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