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Bridge International Academies: What’s all the fuss about?

Bridge International Academies (BIA), created in 2008, have undoubtedly made a huge wave in the education sector of developing nations. The consensus however, on the positive or negative impact of this wave, has been hotly contested ever since. 1,183 more words

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How Food and Education are Co-related?

Personally, I cannot concentrate even for five minutes when I am hungry. And, even if I push myself, I will end up doing a half-baked job that will require me to ultimately rework on the same thing. 530 more words

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The connection between care for children and development of society

The progress of a society can be gauged by the way it takes care of its children. Simply because children will grow up to be the caretakers of the society in the near future. 553 more words

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Right to Education

  • Right to education act 2009 changed the phase of education in India. Based on the 2017 ASER survey the 14-year-olds are among the first to have benefitted from the RTE Act’s provisions of no-detention and free and compulsory education.
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Although the recent Budget session of Parliament was appallingly disrupted by the ruling party’s surrogates and Question Hour did not function most of the time, some things did work, almost on autopilot. 873 more words

Education for all

Right to education. Communication in the walls of a government school, Perungudi.


A unique opportunity to design and deliver education for refugees

By Joseph Nhan-O’Reilly on behalf of a coalition of organisations working to support education for refugees including the Initiative on Child Rights in the Global Compacts, a coalition of 30 UN, civil society and philanthropic organisations that are working to ensure that children’s rights are promoted in the two global compacts on migrants and refugees. 1,091 more words