Monthly Archives: July 2015

Reclaiming Learning

Reclaiming Learning: All over the world, in ancient times, the seeker/learner went to seek learning from the knowers. At some point in history, the State took over education as a matter of public policy, and since then bureaucracies and politicians … Continue reading

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Educating Millions : a new approach

Going back to the Drawing Board: Several years ago, around the year 2009, I wrote a piece for the National Council for Teacher Education, that was published in a volume ” Teacher Education: Reflections Towards Policy Formulation” edited by M.A.Siddiqui, … Continue reading

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