Education policy – why should we tolerate chaos in it

The Chaos

Policy is a statement by the regulatory body or the government. It can only be used beneficially if It is implementable smoothly and devoid of the frequent need to revise. Alas, these are being done on an adhoc or even annual basis and sometime even during the course of a ongoing curriculum in universities; just because a different political party has assumed charge. Does it not indicate the inertia or paralysis of the policy? Can we tolerate chaos in education policy when we pay for it at exorbitant price.

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  1. Naresh Khattar

    Well thought out article that lucidly talks about the core issue and problems plaguing the elementary education in India. There are already some policies on paper ( like RTE) but the policy makers show no sincerity.

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    1. admin (Post author)

      I sent a copy of this article to Joint secretary primary education

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  2. admin (Post author)

    Reading a paper at India International Center Delhi on 18-Apr-2013

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