The issue of language in education has acquired a new sense of urgency in India, and experiments with multi-lingual educations are being shaped in a variety of interesting ways. My own approach to the whole question of tribal education is stated in the attached text. – Prof. Ganesh Devy
Source: personal message dated 28 September 2012 Read “A View of Higher Education in India”, a public lecture delivered on September 26th, 2010 at the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore
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- Books on tribal culture and related resources
- Childhood and children
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- Education and literacy
- Endangered language
- Indigenous Peoples
- Multi-lingual education
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- The People’s Linguistic Survey of India
- United Nations
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