Monday, November 12, 2012

Not so simple, Mr.Watson

I havent read the details of "right to education" that was implemented a year or so ago. But the snippets  like 10-15% reservation for poor, better student to teacher ratio all sound good.

That is on paper.

In reality, below is all we are going to get out of it.
" Hyderabad, principals at several private schools said inspectors regularly threatened them with closings unless they paid bribes. Now, the principals say, the inspectors are wielding the threat of the Right to Education requirements and seeking even bigger bribes."

To get a good intentioned law is difficult. The ones that do end up good, only becomes a tool in the hands of the officials.

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