May 18, 2024

We need to fight for inclusive education, and distance learning can help

There is a lot of hype about inclusive education. Education, in its lexicon, automatically appropriates inclusion. In other words, at least as per Indian laws, everyone has a Right to Education.
The polemics of the word “inclusive” coupled with its interpretive nature is precisely because of non-inclusion, non-affordability, and things like capitation fees, earned several times the stricture of the Supreme Court. Inclusive education also means opportunities and access to education, for those who live in seclusion and disadvantaged social and economic conditions …
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