A Child Isn’t Just A Number

In chasing the goal of ‘education for all’, the question of quality may have finally made it to the design table

Several reports over the years have flagged the issue of poor learning outcomes in most Ind­ian schools, with not even 50 per cent of middle-school students being able to read or answer Class 2 questions in maths or even languages. And this isn’t just in government-run schools.

On February 22, in a move to improve the quality of primary school education beyond mere enrolment of children, the Department of School Education and Literacy (DSEL) issued a notification that made learning outcomes intrinsic to the Right to Education (RTE) Act.

Get Involved

Get Connected



Contact us


In this age of human rights, it is a universal truth that education is a fundamental right of all... Read More
VishwaYuva Kendra, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 22-23 July, 2017 The Right to Education Forum (RTE Forum... Read More
Conference in Quality Education in Jharkhand- 23rd June 2017   National Consultation on Adequate... Read More