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Nov 04, 2017
Tech for Change: Using data intelligence to solve the most critical problems of todayTech for Change is a new series of columns that will explore the ways in which technology has radically altered the way we solve problems
Oct 29, 2017
Supreme Court suggests separate schools for children with disabilities: Observation violates laws on equality; hampers inclusive educationSupreme Court's observation recommending separate schools for disabled children is contrary to inclusive education and equal opportunity recommended in Indian laws on education and disability rights
Aug 11, 2017
Delhi govt schools deny admission on flimsy grounds, claim parents in petition to Arvind KejriwalA child in Delhi's Kapas Hera area was denied admission because he couldn't submit a copy of transfer certificate duly signed by an official from the education department of Bihar as necessitated by the school
Aug 04, 2017
No-detention policy scrapped: Experts criticise move, say govt is passing its responsibility to kidsExperts believe that the entire movement against no-detention policy is to absolve the government from the responsibility of enabling the students to learn.
Aug 02, 2017
Cabinet scraps no-detention policy; proposed bill will allow states to fail kids in Class 5 and 8The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the scrapping of the no-detention policy in schools till Class VIII as mandated by the Right to Education (RTE) Act 2010
Aug 01, 2017
Private sector in education: Never mind Amitabh Kant's U-turn; it's time we seriously debated the ideaLet’s not hand over education entirely to the private sector, but it is time to accept that role of the government in education needs to change
Jul 24, 2017
Right to Education: CAG's damning findings confirm it encouraged corruption and is ineffectiveThat the RTE Act has given rise to new sources of corruption is well-known; it just wasn’t spoken about openly. Now, it can no longer be brushed under the carpet now
Jul 21, 2017
Unqualified RTE teachers get another chance to secure degrees as compulsory education bill passed in LSThe Lok Sabha passed a bill which seeks to give 8.5 lakh unqualified teachers, appointed after implementation of the RTE law, another chance to get recognised degrees.
Jul 21, 2017
Monsoon Session of Parliament: Govt to bring bill to end 'no-detention' policy for classes 5 to 8Government will soon introduce a bill in Parliament to do away with the 'no-detention' policy for the classes 5 to 8, Prakash Javadekar said in Lok Sabha
Jun 14, 2017
Right to education: Global cuts in state funding indicate increased privatisation and commodificationGlobal cuts in state funding are indicative of increased privatisation and commodification of education as a tradable product available for the student consumers.