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By Mohammad Imran Khan*, West Champaran, Bihar In two unique initiatives, two separate groups of girls are fighting against rampant child marriage in rural Bihar by forming Sukanya Clubs at the pancha...
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The findings could change the way dyslexia is treated.
Literacy is a good starting point.
Two women in a remote area of Bihar have broken gender stereotypes to emerge as community leaders and manage the construction of a watershed that now benefits 12 villages. By Jael Silliman and Suneet...
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It’s a story of exclusion, neglect and double standards.
As I sat on the assembly hall floor of Delhi government's Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Jor Bagh, with a mixed group of children from Classes 6 to 8, a visibly motivated young Hindi teacher was conducting his...
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Something is terribly wrong with the education system in India. Under the policies of Right to Education and Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan we've lost focus on what education is supposed to be. Both the progra...
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One of the most gratifying milestones for many parents is when their child is finally able to read independently. It is a joy to see them pore over books. As a book-loving parent myself, I was delight...
Reading is not only an essential life skill that helps your child's brain grow, it's also a magical, exciting journey of vibrant thought and imagination. But not every child finds reading easy or interesting. It can be difficult to engage a reluctant reader and often requires caution; forcing a child to read before he is ready can often do more harm than good. Here are some creative ways in which you encourage your child to make reading a positive, fun experience.