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- 26% of India’s government primary schools have a pupil-teacher ratio above 60
- 20% of India’s government primary schools have only one teacher (Aggwaral, 2000).
- In India, poor school infrastructure and access means that 1 in 4 teachers will be absent on any given day. Of those who are present, only 50% are likely to be teaching at any given time (http://ideas.repec.org/a/tpr/jeurec/v3y2005i2-3p658-667.html)
- 58% of India’s government primary schools have just two teachers (Aggwaral, 2000).
- Another myth about educational inequity is that parents pull their kids out of school so they can help with income-earning work. The truth is that the majority of out-of-school youth do very little work – and the majority of those who do work say they’re doing it because they left school (often due to poor quality of schooling) and have nothing else to do (Chaudhri, 1996 and CINI-ASHA, 1996).
Fellow, Teach For India.