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Title: Improving learning outcomes in Indian schools
Authors: Maun, Deepak
Keywords: Board examination
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Issue Date: 13-May-2019
Publisher: India Didactics Association
Citation: Maun, D. (May 13, 2019). Improving learning outcomes in Indian schools.
Description: What do the near-perfect (or even perfect) scores in board examination represent except an ability to ace an examination with a predictable pattern? Have these toppers learnt that is of value in the world outside the boundaries of school (i.e. real life)? And what about the (academically) average or below average children? What skills do they leave the school with after spending more than 14 years in this institution? These are pertinent questions that need an answer if we want to talk about improving learning outcomes.
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