(New Delhi, April 22, 2014) School authorities in India persistently discriminate against children from marginalized communities, denying them their right to education, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. Four years after India brought an ambitious education law guaranteeing free schooling to every child ages 6 to 14, almost every child is enrolled, yet nearly half are likely to drop out before completing their elementary education.
OMG , I would love to be ur teacher, I know my country also has schools without good conditions, but at least the teachers that work in poor zones are the more passionate. Didint they know about freire and the pedagogy of love?
These children are future of our society. Can somebody provide me details on Meena & Vijay? Myself and few of my friends would like to contribute in any which way we can for their Education. I would really appreciate that - Thank You!
its a sorry state of affair in india, The caste system was an evil that crept into our society through the course of history,All though we boast of us as the world's largest democracy, democracy is not grassroot , especially in rural india,, it will take atleast a hundred years for the medieval india to get rid of this feudalistic mindset..Iam an indian, am very saddened to see this..
this is sad. i want some thing done a bout this to love these children, care for them, for they are the essence of me and you and all. Unconditional love has no face, no name, no wall, and so on. LOve them and teach them !