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Education | Jun 22, 2006

Nearly 50 per cent of the children studying in the government schools in Karnataka have not reached the required levels of learning. That has been what the Karnataka State Quality Assessment Organisation, Department of Education, found out in its first statewide study of the education scenario, released last week.

Another survey conducted by Akshara Foundation and facilitated by Pratham, the Annual Survey on Education Report, corroborated this.

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