April 03, 2020
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Common School System

Common School System
Protesting the inequity in our primary education, activists and educationists have long been advocating the Common School System (CSS). Here's why they think it will work:
  • A good neighbourhood school is central to the But one trip to CSS: quality teachers imparting quality education in a quality environment.

  • Quality of education imparted is such that a parent ordinarily does not feel the need to send her child to expensive private schools outside the neighbourhood school.

  • Admissions to all children in the neighbourhood is guaranteed without payment of any donations. Which should go a long way in removing all admission blues.

  • CSS has been mandated by Parliament not once but thrice— in 1968, 1986 and 1992.

  • And it isn't a pipedream, insist CSS votaries. Large parts of the world, from communist Cuba to a privatised America, have all implemented CSS.
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