Improved Access to Quality Education

Educational and training facilities have been increasing rapidly. However, access, affordability, and quality remain serious concerns. Employability is also an issue. How can we improve the quality and the utility of our education, while ensuring equity and affordability?

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Should vocational streams have the same access to higher education as academic streams? If so, how?

The GER for secondary education (Classes IX-X) is 58% (2007-08). Secondary schools under private management (including aided schools) constitute the majority of the total number of secondary schools in the country. How to reach the goal of universalization of secondary education when a majority of secondary schools, especially in some big States (viz. U.P., West Bengal, Gujarat and Maharashtra etc.) are under private management? What should be the funding norms? How best should funding be linke

Postby chanana.ak@nic.in » Tue Feb 15, 2011 9:53 am

The GER for secondary education (Classes IX-X) is 58% (2007-08). Secondary schools under private management (including aided schools) constitute the majority of the total number of secondary schools in the country. How to reach the goal of universalization of secondary education when a majority of secondary schools, especially in some big States (viz. U.P., West Bengal, Gujarat and Maharashtra etc.) are under private management? What should be the funding norms? How best should funding be linked to outcomes?
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