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to it (after this had been very consciously side-stepped during the NPE discussions). Not too much is heard by now of non- formal education programmes for working children or any major drive towards universal adult education, though some formal motions were there for an adult education drive last summer and the opening of a number of adult education departments in universities which would end up giving only more 'continuing1 education to the already educated but hardly any effort towards tackling the hard core illiteracy problems of the poor and the exploited, basically negotiable only through conscientisation and struggle-oriented movements coupled with a real move towards redistribution of incomes which would make it possible as well as necessary for the poor to read and write. The old tale of unfilled posts of teachers in schools in cities by the thousand

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