The report revealed that 51.1% students cannot read standard II level text, nearly 73.7% cannot do division while 71.5% cannot do basic subtraction.
The learning curves of reading and arithmetic have plunged drastically in 2011 compared to 2010.
This news report is closely related to the one about education in Namibia published just a couple of days back in ‘The Guardian’, UK. Forcing a foreign language by suppressing of the regional tongue can never fetch better results. Ask any educationist.
Please read the complete news item at the link below.
.Amrutmanthan_Blame it on RTE – Rural students cannot read
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