Monthly Archives: October 2011

Top 3 Things India Needs To Do For Improving Quality Of Basic Education

I just spent the past 3 months in India looking at the education system and how ICT could play a role in improving student outcomes. After countless discussions with local scholars, school visits, teacher interviews, and conversations with students and … Continue reading

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Basic Education in India – Lack of Teacher Accountability, NOT Technology, is the Real Issue.

I was fortunate to get a research fellowship from Georgetown University this summer to go to India and learn/discuss some of the educational issues in India. I just got back from my 3-month stint, and i¬†wanted to share the things … Continue reading

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