The education system in India faces a challenge of enormous proportions. The 2011 census showed that there are approximately 187.5 million primary school children taught by 4.4 million teachers in 1.3 million schools. Every year approximately 26 million new children will enter the schooling system. The challenge of giving a proper education to each one of these students is a herculean task. Schools remains largely unchanged from the system instituted during the era of British colonial rule. Government-run public schools, and the bureaucracy that controls and regulates them, is particularly stubborn and resistant to innovation. However, the private school segment is growing and attempting to offer better choices to parents of all economic strata. Read how low cost private schools in India are spearheading innovation with limited resources.
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