Podcast The Seen and the Unseen

The Fraud of Indian Education

This is Episode 77 of The Seen and the Unseen, the weekly podcast hosted by our editor,  Amit Varma.

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According to education scholar and activist Amit Chandra, education in India is a fraud committed on the people of this country by the state. He joins Amit Varma in episode 77 of The Seen and the Unseen to explain why.

Also check out:
The Profit Motive in Education: Episode 9 of The Seen and the Unseen
The Right to Screw up Education: Episode 19 of The Seen and the Unseen
Data on School Closures
Our Unlucky Children — Amit Varma (Jan 2008)
The Aggregate Effect of School Choice — Karthik Muralidharan &  Venkatesh Sundararaman
A political economy of education in India: The case of UP — Geeta Kingdon & Mohd. Muzammil
Teacher Absence in India: A Snapshot

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