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Learning Curve - Issue 30

Education initiatives are part of governments all across the globe, guided by a much-deliberated system of principles influencing decisions that are aimed at achieving pre-determined outcomes, which, in turn, are perceived to be beneficial to a particular country’s goals. Much thought goes on behind creating initiatives: they are statements of intent and, equally, the task of implementation is a very complex one. Not just that, innovative education initiatives have the huge additional responsibility of creating and shaping future generations, who, in turn, are any country’s future. The initiatives have to keep in mind the cultural and social norms of the country, while creating the atmosphere for salutary change. Another aspect that has to be taken into account while designing innovative government initiatives in education is the changes in society and its demands, both locally and globally, and rethink their strategies in order to benefit a new and contemporary scenario which will equip children to face and handle challenges of current times.


Prema Raghunath



Vimala Ramachandran
Persisting Gap between Policies and Practice

Hridaykant Dewan
Evolution of Education Policy in India and its Impact on Government Initiatives

Aanchal Chomal
What should be the future of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation and No Detention Policy in India?

Amina Charania
ICT in Education: Indicators for Meaningful Integration in Government Schools

Anant Gangola and Kailash Chandra Khandpal
From Policy to Practice: A Story from Uttarakhand

Anshu Vaish
National Programme of Mid-Day Meals in Schools

Anuradha Naidu
Inclusive Education: Issues and Challenges

Archana Mehendale and Swagata Raha
Schools as Safe Spaces - Where Do We Stand

Bashan D.M. Diengdoh
Development of Teacher Education in Meghalaya

Brinda Crishna
Partnering with the Government: Achieving sustainable special education goals for children with hearing impairment: A case study from Assam

Harini Kannan
Details Matter: An Evaluation of ‘Evaluations’

Javed Siddiqui
Transforming Rural Primary Schools: Case for Community Centred Approach

Manoj Kumar Tripathy
Initiative Towards Quality Education

Nimrat Khandpur
Government Initiatives Towards the ‘Training’ of Teachers: Principles and Implementation

Rashmi Sharma
Fault Lines in Government and the Trajectory of Education Programmes: Lessons from DPEP and SSA

Rudresh S
Guru Chethana - Teacher Professional Development A Government of Karnataka Initiative

Shalini Jha
Education Through Practice: An Overview of the Diploma in Elementary Education Course

Shehnaz Zakir
Insights from a SSA Training Programme

Shobhita Rajagopal
Learning from Innovative Programmes in Education: Lok Jumbish – Peoples Movement for Education for All

Mohammed Suhail & Waseem Ahmad Khan
Quality Education: Delhi Government Initiatives

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