Improved primary education for India’s tribal communities: “The local community is very important”

For the success of village schools, the local community is very important
India has made substantial progress in primary education since a UN conference in Dakar in 2000 set the goal of Education for All (EFA) by 2015. […] An alarming trend is that ever more children are shifting from government schools to private-sector schools.

Read the full article by Dr. Boro Baski
“India is facing huge challenges: India’s rural primary schools still have room for improvement” (D+C June 2016, pp. 36-37)

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