Dr. Geeta Kingdon is chair of education economics and international development at the Institute of Education, University of London
Within a year of its promotion, TABIS has earned a good reputation for providing high-quality inclusive education to children with disabilities
The overwhelming majority of the country’s academics, media pundits and intellectuals in their ivory towers seem unable to connect dismal quality primary education being dispensed in rural India with rising farm suicides
With the Indian e-learning industry gradually moving up the value chain, demand for instructional designers — the cog in the e-learning business wheel — is set to rise
Ground reports from across the country indicate that implementation of the RTE Act which became law on April 1, 2010 is piecemeal and inchmeal by state governments gripped by financial constraints, bureaucratic corruption and teacher shortages
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