Reforming elementary education in India : A menu of options

@inproceedings{Mehrotra2006ReformingEE,
  title={Reforming elementary education in India : A menu of options},
  author={Santosh Mehrotra},
  year={2006}
}
This paper reports on findings from a large sample survey in the states of India that account for two thirds of the children out of school. It then examines the feasibility of the central government’s goals to ensure all children complete 5 years of school by 2007, and 8 years by 2010. These goals—more ambitious than the global EFA goals—are unlikely to be achieved without significant reforms by the central and state governments. It examines key reform options: in the public spending pattern… CONTINUE READING

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