Educating India: Choice, autonomy and learning outcomes

Oxford India Policy Blog

Parth J. Shah

ImageThe Indian education system does not effectively promote the prior right of parents to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children. This column argues that the degree of freedom of not just parents, but also of school principals, teachers and education providers is a key determinant of quality and equity in education. It outlines reforms to promote the right to ‘education of choice’.

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3 responses to “Educating India: Choice, autonomy and learning outcomes

  1. Ayesha

    I had submitted the OBC application 6 months ago on 9/11/2014 and had done with the hearing on 23/12/2014. Still I have not received the certificate.When shall I get my certificate.
    Application no. OBCWB10712014/9393 and my sister’s application no. OBCWB10712014/9392

  2. Ayesha

    I had submitted the OBC application 6 months ago on 9/11/2014 and had done with the hearing on 23/12/2014. Still I have not received the certificate.When shall I get my certificate.
    Application no. OBCWB10712014/9393 and my sister’s application no. OBCWB10712014/9392
    Please help

  3. Mansur habibullah

    I had submitted the OBC application 7 months ago on 20/03/2015 and had done with the hearing on 25/03/2015. Still I have not received the certificate.When shall I get my certificate.
    Application no. OBCWB07052014/4671and my brother’s application no. OBCWB07052015/4210

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