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testigodehumanidad [A Failure to Integrate: Barriers to Quality Primary Education for Rural Children in the Narayankhed Subdivision of the Medak District in Andhra Pradesh, India]
a_failure_to_integrate_barriers_to_quality_primary_education_for_rural_children_in_the_narayankhed_subdivision_of_the_medak_district_in_andhra_pradesh_india [2018/07/29 01:22] (current)
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-As India continues to develop into a highly progressive and capable nation, it is imperative that education be high on the list of development priorities for the government. Education is the single best way to ensure an active and productive population over a long period of time, though a strict adherence to the "​traditional"​ model of education is not necessarily required . The best way that India can ensure truly lasting enrollment and a commitment to education from its citizens is to employ policies and implement changes that directly reflect the stated needs of marginalized citizens and serve these individuals in a meaningful way. More qualitative research is desperately needed within this field so that government policies and programs can be most effective. UNICEF has already added a growing body of field research in this area but a great deal more is still needed. More importantly,​ the government of India needs to acknowledge and implement the suggestions made by UNICEF from these qualitative studies. The RTE is a step in the right direction by the Indian government to eradicating the non-integration of rural children into the education system. But without an integration of qualitative data and significant steps to eradicate those factors identified by rural citizens as true barriers to education, little lasting progress can be expected in this area.   +As India continues to develop into a highly progressive and capable nation, it is imperative that education be high on the list of development priorities for the government. Education is the single best way to ensure an active and productive population over a long period of time, though a strict adherence to the "​traditional"​ model of education is not necessarily required . The best way that India can ensure truly lasting enrollment and a commitment to education from its citizens is to employ policies and implement changes that directly reflect the stated needs of marginalized citizens and serve these individuals in a meaningful way. More qualitative research is desperately needed within this field so that government policies and programs can be most effective. UNICEF has already added a growing body of field research in this area but a great deal more is still needed. More importantly,​ the government of India needs to acknowledge and implement the suggestions made by UNICEF from these qualitative studies. The RTE is a step in the right direction by the Indian government to eradicating the non-integration of rural children into the education system. But without an integration of qualitative data and significant steps to eradicate those factors identified by rural citizens as true barriers to education, little lasting progress can be expected in this area. 
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