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Future Of Education: Are Curriculum Changes Politically Motivated?

Should curricula not reflect the ‘truth’? And whose truth? Recent deletions and additions come wrapped in a concern for ‘heritage’, but are also dyed in a deep disquiet over other zones of contestation—caste and gender—beyond religion.

Future Of Education: Are Curriculum Changes Politically Motivated?
Illustration by Siddhesh Gautam
Future Of Education: Are Curriculum Changes Politically Motivated?
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2021-10-01T14:35:33+05:30

“The answer is silence. About that there are many tales,
many books in press. Best not to believe everything.
How many killed in six years’ confrontation?
The answer is silence.”

—Mahasweta Devi, Draupadi (translated by Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak)

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