The grim state of education in the country should prompt voters to elect their leadership wisely
You may be 18, scrambling to get into a college or hunting for a course that can help you get a job quickly. You may be a young parent, worried about your child’s admission to school or feeling helpless with the poor attention given to her in school. You may be middle aged, getting crushed by the struggle to pay high fees for your children or afflicted by deep anxiety about what they are learning. You may be older, ruminating over how education took you from the bylanes of a small dusty kasba (locality) to the plush gated community you now live in, with both children earning millions. Or you may be a concerned citizen of any age, worried about the state of Indian education, knowing that good education is the foundation of a good society and a sound democracy.
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