Contemporary Issues and Challenges Towards Universalization in Elementary Education
Submission Deadline: Oct. 20, 2015
Lead Guest Editor
Department of Education, North Orissa University,
Baripada, Orissa, India
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Education is a vital means for the potentialities of a human being to emerge in a positive direction so that a man can live in society with full of dignity and can mould the habits, tastes and character of individuals living in society by imparting knowledge and information. Therefore, in a democratic country government has felt the needs and importance of education and has an onerous responsibility to implement plans and programmes for democratization of education in the country. Now, education is constitutionally recognized as a birth right of the citizens of the country. So, to make education accessible to all has been a mission of the government and many targets like the Millennium Development Goal by 2015. It is appropriate for us now to assess and evaluate the progress and the prospect of the approaches which are being implemented for ensuring the universalization of elementary education.
The special issue welcomes papers related but not limited to :
1. Learning Method and Practices of Teacher Commitments 2. Budget Issue and Financial Dichotomy 3. Falsification of Standardized Test 4. Design and Evaluation of Curriculum 5. Policy formulation for Universalisation