ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Developments in Development-New leaching Methods in District Primary Education Programme

New Teaching Methods in District Primary Education Programme Karen Haydock IT seems development has made some development lately. As idealistic youth have turned into old-hands, and everyone from government agencies to multinationals and the World Bank have stepped in, development has acquired a new flavour. Just like a slick commercial that is seen on television in the US the main motivation for development is no longer associated with idealism or revolutionary thinking if it ever was. The goal is clear (although it is also so obvious that no one says it outright); the rich want to get richer, and they need to develop a workforce that can make them richer. If it means education -maybe there even should be a little education.

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