Literacy and education : policy, practice and public opinion

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The National Education Policy risks following this tradition, unless the government addresses the reasons behind the past policy-practice implementation gap and makes conscious efforts to carry all of India on the same road towards improvement in education. You are now subscribed to our newsletters. Anjela Taneja is lead specialist of education and inequality at Oxfam India.

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