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Getting Children Back to School: Case Studies in Primary Education ePub download

by Vimala Ramachandran

  • Author: Vimala Ramachandran
  • ISBN: 0761997075
  • ISBN13: 978-0761997078
  • ePub: 1467 kb | FB2: 1494 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Education
  • Publisher: Sage Pubns Ltd (July 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 440
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Getting Children Back to School: Case Studies in Primary Education ePub download

Analyzes two case studies of children who seem to have learned to read before enrolling in school

Education, nutrition and welfare schemes of the government need an extraordinary amount of individual attention. Analyzes two case studies of children who seem to have learned to read before enrolling in school.

Firmly rooted in the belief that every child has a right to basic education, this volume explores strategies and alternatives to keep children in school, reach out to those outside the schooling system, and improve the quality of elementary education.

Child-Friendly Spaces makes efforts to liberate children from the labor market and provides education and nutrition support to. .Ramachandran, Vimala. Getting Children Back to School: Case Studies in Primary Education. New Delhi, Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 2003.

Child-Friendly Spaces makes efforts to liberate children from the labor market and provides education and nutrition support to them, as well as to children of migrant construction workers. Daily classes are run on construction sites.

Case Studies in Primary Education. Vimala Ramachandran - Educational Resource Unit, New Delhi, India. Courses: Education Policy. Firmly rooted in the belief that every child has a right to basic education, this volume explores strategies and alternatives to keep children in school, reach out to those outside the schooling system, and improve the quality of elementary education.

June A. Gordon provides nine case studies with insights as to how . ABSTRACT: This book highlights the complexities of gender and social equity in primary education in India. 41. Getting Children back to School. by Vimala Ramachandran Sage Publications, 2003. Gordon provides nine case studies with insights as to how educators in urban settings may begin to understand the complexity of their students' lives, engaging those same students in the process of this discovery. Beyond Classroom Walls provides inspiration and assistance to urban educators, concerned community members, or parents wishing to transform the way they view their community and the profession of teaching.

Getting Children Back to School: Case Studies in Primary Education.

She began her career teaching Indian politics and political philosophy at a women's college in Delhi University.

To argue that alternative schools or private schooling can take care of the needs of primary school-going children ("Feasibility of Implementation of Right to Education Act", EPW, 20 June 2009) is to effectively condemn the poor and the marginalised to a second-rate education since they can never afford private and expensive schooling. The need of the hour is higher public investment in school education.

Ramachandran, Vimala (2003), Getting children back to school: Case studies in primary education; Sage Publications, New Delhi. Sher, JP and RB Tompkins (1976), Economy, Efficiency, and Equality: The Myths of Rural School and District Consolidation, ERIC, Washington . National Institute of Education . Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Srinivasa, R (2017), ‘School closures and mergers a multi-state study of policy and its impact on public education system’, Save the Children, New Delhi.

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