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Author Anand, Kusha

Title Delhi's education revolution : teachers, agency and inclusion. / Kusha Anand, Marie Lall

Imprint London : UCL Press, 2022.

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Description 1 online resource (xii, 197 pages)
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Summary In 2015, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was elected to govern Delhi promising to improve public services, including education through government schools that would be the equal of private-school provision. Media reports, along with the party's re-election in 2020, suggest strong public confidence that AAP are delivering on that promise. But is this success reflected by experience in schools?Delhi's Education Revolution offers a critical evaluation of the AAP's education reforms by exploring policy and practice through the eyes of one key group: the government-school teachers tasked with making the AAP's pledge a reality. Drawing on 110 research interviews conducted via Zoom during the Covid pandemic in the summer of 2020, teachers explain how the reforms have changed their profession and practice, and whether education really has improved for children of all backgrounds. Analysis of views about critical issues such as inclusion and the pressure of achievement targets in classrooms that often contain more than 50 students, informs their observations about the reform programme itself. The study paints a more qualified picture of success than suggested elsewhere and makes a valuable contribution to the understanding of education reforms in India, and most especially, in Delhi.
Contents Front Matter (pp. i-iv) -- Table of Contents (pp. v-v) -- Acknowledgements (pp. vi-vii) -- Dedication (pp. viii-viii) -- List of figures, table and box (pp. ix-ix) -- List of abbreviations (pp. x-xii) -- 1 Setting the scene (pp. 1-23) -- 2 Education policy and politics in India and in Delhi (pp. 24-55) -- 3 Teachers, training and capacity building: what do teachers want? (pp. 56-89) -- 4 Teachers and the Delhi classroom: what has changed? (pp. 90-106) -- 5 Teachers and inclusion: success for all? (pp. 107-138) -- 6 Teachers and Covid-19: challenges of a pandemic (pp. 139-162) -- Epilogue: was it a revolution? (pp. 163-167) -- References (pp. 168-188) -- Index (pp. 189-196) -- Back Matter (pp. 197-197).
Subject Student growth (Academic achievement) -- India.
Education -- India -- Delhi.
Education and state -- India -- Delhi.
Éducation -- Politique gouvernementale -- Inde -- Delhi.
Education
Education and state
Student growth (Academic achievement)
India https://id.oclc.org/worldcat/entity/E39PBJmdx47cDXrRhBXHtbvPwC
India -- Delhi
Added Author Lall, Marie
Other Form: Print version: 1800081391 9781800081390 (OCoLC)1306273346
ISBN 9781800081383 (electronic bk.)
1800081383 (electronic bk.)
1800081391
9781800081390
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1800081413
9781800081406 (hbk.)
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UKMGB 020678877
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AU@ 000073934706
AU@ 000074146885

 
    
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