Professor James Tooley criticized the United Nations’ proposals to eliminate all fees in state primary schools globally to meet its goal of universal education by 2015. Dr. Tooley says the UN, which is placing particular emphasis on those regions doing worse at moving towards ‘education for all’ namely sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, is “backing […]

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I remember 20 plus years ago when I was getting my graduate degree in Special Education and a buddy of mine getting his degree in elementary education told me that his father, a school principal, said that I probably shouldn’t waste my time getting a master in Special Education. He said that Special Education would […]

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Even after half-a-century of Indian Independence, the fate of education, educators, and students has hardly improved. The apathy of the power that is, including a large section of society, has not changed when it comes to human resource development and education. Even now there is more than four crore educated unemployed youths in India. India […]

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Era is ruling the modern time and its presence is visible in every nook and corner of the world. Fitness, training, non-public welfare the whole thing is just a click on away. Mentioning a child in this technologically superior age can be quite challenging, they already know the arena Huge Internet. As a consequence, to […]

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Education is the primary agent of transformation closer to sustainable development, growing human beings’s capacities to convert their visions for society into reality. Education no longer only presents medical and technical abilties, it also offers the motivation, and social aid for pursuing and applying them. For this reason, society have to be deeply involved that […]

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