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Imagine there was no illiteracy

Education | Oct 7, 2005

Countries in the West have autonomous school boards that report to citizens and encourage participatory practices. Sure they have their share of problems, but at least these problems are aired and responses are required to be made.
Let me start with Akshara Foundation, with which I am most familiar. Since early 2000, we have had only one mission: Every child in Bangalore in school and learning well.

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