ISSUES AT SCHOOL EDUCATION IN CONTEMPORARY KERALA
C. P. Chandrasekhar
Sixth is v. K. Ramachandran
A conventional paper prepared to get UNICEF, Fresh Delhi
K. Jayakumar IAS gave generously of his coming back interviews and gave full access to documents and information on school education from the Education
Educational Study Unit, Kerala Shastra Sahitya Parishad), P. K. Jordan Tharakan (Director, Kerala Company of Regional Administration, Thrissur) and To. M. Jones Isaac (Member, State Preparing Board and Associate Guy, Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram) gave us thorough interviews and information on school education in Kerala and comments on the findings. A. K. Shiva Kumar of UNICEF, Fresh Delhi provided us with all-India data; he mentioned on a draft of this report and supplied much encouragement. We as well received support and details from E. Narayanan Nair and S. R. Gopinathan Nair from the Kerala Study on Community Level Advancement, Centre pertaining to Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram, Ms Prema with the DPEP and G. Manamohan of the Point out Planning Plank, Government of Kerala. We could deeply grateful to all of which; we could not need written this report devoid of their ample help.
ISSUES IN SCHOOL EDUCATION IN CONTEMPORARY KERALA
C. P. Chandrasekhar
V. T. Ramachandran
By the late 1980s, it was clear that Kerala had not just
achieved mass literacy, completely also been able to ensure
looked to other issues in school education: the retention
of children in schools, the caliber of education and new
varieties of community engagement in school education.
modern Kerala. Particularly, it deals with
! " amounts of public investment in school education;
! " issues of use of school education, the preservation of
pupils in the university system as well as the state of physical
infrastructure in colleges; and
! " issues linked to course content material, pedagogy and community
contribution in school education. 1
The daily news does not handle the important concerns of exceptional facilities to get school education of the impaired or unique education for the children with learning difficulties.
A cardinal feature of tradition and world in Kerala and of
population. Literacy - in particular, woman literacy -- is a vital
facilitator of Kerala's achievements in the spheres of health and market change. Literacy is a foundational feature of Kerala's political culture, vital in the creation of open public opinion and essential to the consciousness of individual and political legal rights that is so conspicuous an attribute of interpersonal
and political life in Kerala.
To find the percentage of individuals in the populace
who are literate, Kerala and the other towns of India are in different leagues (see Table 1). In 1991, there was clearly mass
literacy among males as well as among women. Although the
amount of literates in the inhabitants of the northern
districts in the Census of 1991 was lower than inside the rest of the Express, the distance was less space-consuming than before. Nationwide Sample
Survey data through the 42nd Round (1986-87) on age-specific
literacy show high rates of literacy in the younger age ranges - over 97 % among men and women in each age group between 6 years and 24 years, in rural areas and urban areas. In every age group under 34, your rural woman
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