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The discourse around the dwindling state of our Public Education System is endless and is heard everywhere irrespective of the depth of the analysis. The state of education affects everyone, consequently, everyone seems to have an opinion about it. Our judgements are often superficial and we miss taking into account the complexity of our Public Education System – right from the classroom to the educational policies.

I clearly remember the moment when I realized that I could read. I must have been five years old. I was at home, sitting on the floor with a storybook,... writes Suman Bhattacharjea in her article on access to learning.

Written by Shashi Nair, this article looks at overcoming the challenges of education by answering the ‘what’, ‘how’, and ‘who’ of educational change.

What steps can teachers take to have a truly inclusive classroom? Saravanan P., an Inclusive Education Coordinator, gives us the answers, in this article published in Thisaimani (Journey 2) - an APF-Puducherry District Institute publication.

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