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Young disabled woman sets up school for visually impaired children in...

Ashwini Angadi is a 24-year-old visually-impaired young woman from a rural community in India. After overcoming discrimination from teachers and her community to receive...

Footpath School

"The statistics on out-of-school children are sometimes daunting, but then we come across the countless wonderful people like Kamal Parmar who give their lives,...

Crowding Sourcing: Will It Help To Needy/Underprivileged Learners

Story Source: Kalinga TV ~ Go to Original Article India, as a developing country needs to pace fast with time to be at par with...

India: It is back to school for migrant, Adivasi children

The Hindu, May 31, 2018 23:42 IST   SSA aims at educating people from marginalised sections; more to be enrolled in phase-II of campaign Nearly 102 migrant...

Man Starts Street School To Teach Kids From Slum To Read...

When a factory owner in India realized the kids in his slum couldn’t read or write, he took it upon himself to teach them. Kamal...

Cycling to success: A road to empowerment for rural girls in...

Although major strides are being made worldwide to reduce the gender gap in education, there continue to be significant barriers to girls’ education and...

TeachNext – India

TeachNext is a digital learning ecosystem which makes the end-to-end process of teaching and learning easy and more engaging. At the core of TeachNext...

India: All parents can opt for homeschooling: MIT girl Malvika Joshi’s...

Malvika Joshi, a 17-year-old from Mumbai who has been admitted to the famed Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for a degree programme in science...

Why higher education doesn’t ensure better jobs for women in India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s slogan ‘Beti Padhao, Beti Bachao’ means education is the key to women empowerment.  It is assumed that higher education for...

India: Udupi teacher buys bus, turns driver – all to ensure...

Photo Credit: The News Minute, India (from URL) Date: 7 July 2018 | By: Theja Ram | Story Source: The News Minute, India ~ Go...

Here Are 10 Amazing & Innovative Methods Transforming How Indians Are...

10 Nov, 2017 The education space is being transformed today through simple and effective solutions. Here are some of the best ideas! With more than 1.5...

Education in India needs a rehaul; schools must focus on more...

MK Raghavendra Nov, 05 2017  In India today, the emphasis in education is on creating adequate skills to enable the student who has passed out to find...

India: When Schooling Doesn’t Mean Learning

It was a hot summer afternoon in a village in central India. A man lay on a string cot in the shade of a...

Mysore district has 8,281 school dropouts, finds survey

"There are 8,281 school dropouts in Mysore district as per recently concluded Out of School Children (OOSC) survey, carried out by Sarva Shikha Abhiyan...

Inida: Bringing education to the doorstep of underprivileged children

Debarati S Sen  Dec 18, Bina Sheth Lashkari, the Hershey Goodness Hero for Bombay Times this week, had always been inclined to contributing to the society...

India: Children are leaving private schools for government schools in some...

From the eighth grade classroom of the upper primary school in Gotha, the building of RD Model Public School is still visible. Until about...

India: Children of migrant sugarcane field workers are forced to skip...

By: Sanket Jain, First Post India, Apr 23, 2018 It's the last week in the six-month cycle of seasonal migration and Damini Jadhav, 13, is...

India: Rajasthan’s digital literacy project to empower over 15 million women

Srikanta Tripathy | TNN (The Times of India) | Updated: Jun 1, 2018, 06:30 IST JAIPUR: Snehlata, who runs a common service centre (CSC) in...

Tarang, an NGO, brings education for poor children through night schools

"Tarang is an NGO that works towards the betterment of the lives of those children who are not able to afford their educational expenses....

India: 1,766,294 students are out of school in Karnataka

By Kumaran P, Bangalore Mirror Bureau | Updated: Apr 3, 2018, Despite its best intentions – ranging from free socks and books, to the best...

The Dakar process: Substance over politics

"This blog looks back to the World Education Conference in Dakar in 2000 from the perspective of Abhimanyu Singh, Director UNESCO, Beijing. In the...

Sharjah expat spreads women’s literacy in Indian villages

By Deepa Narwani | 26 January 2018 There is an African proverb that goes: "If you educate a man, you simply educate an individual, but...

UNESCO’s Education Monitoring Report Points to Growing Inequality in Education in...

The report points out to the growing inequality in education in India. “While the gap in access to higher education remains large, the gap...

Qatar WISE Awardees

"The 2014 WISE Awards winning projects have been selected. The six innovative education projects originate from Australia, Egypt, Finland, India, Jordan, and Peru. They...

We have to be on a constant learning curve

"After 67 years of independence, too many of India’s citizens are shackled by the lack of a quality education that enables them to be...

Reading solutions for girls: Combating social, pedagogical, and systemic issues for...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 4 Dec 2015 | by: Suman Sachdeva | Story Source: Brookings ~ Go to Original Article The current multilingual policy...

India: Slum children deprived of basic rights: study

GUWAHATI, Nov 21 - Though a lot has been said about ensuring the basic rights of all children, unfortunately children living in the poverty...

In India and Nepal, Marginalised adolescent girls must have safe access...

Almost half of India‘s 1.25 billion people are aged under 25, making it the youngest nation in the world...

A renewed model of education

"The recently released Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) on rural education in India contains two main findings. First, learning levels among primary school age children...

Fewer Children Out Of School, But Basic Skills Stay Out Of...

No more than 2.8% of children are out of school in India, the first time the figure has fallen below 3%, bringing the total school enrollment to a record 97.2%.