Regional disparities in educational development

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Vinod Publishers & Distributors , Jammu, J. & K., India
Education -- India -- Regional disparities., Education and state -- India., Educational equalization -- I


India, I

About the Edition

Study with reference to India.

StatementFalendra K. Sudan.
LC ClassificationsLC212.3.I4 S83 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination101 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1063359M
ISBN 108185599297
LC Control Number93909090

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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Regional Disparities in Educational Development: A Controversial Issue. Carron, Gabriel, Ed.; Chau, Ta Ngoc, Ed. To complement a volume of case studies, these four papers and an introduction discuss the problem of regional disparities in educational development from several different perspectives.

This Regional disparities in educational development book evaluates the relative performance of 15 major Indian states on education, health and human development. It examines the regional disparities in the indicators of human development and their association with per capita income and per capita social sector expenditure.

Four lengthy papers and an introduction discuss case studies of regional disparities in educational development in Cameroon, Madagascar, Kenya, Tanzania, and Thailand. In considering the specific political and socioeconomic contexts of these countries, the papers focus on methods of both analyzing the causes of disparities and reducing the resultant inequalities.

Nov 27,  · Regional Disparities in Education: A Comparative Study between KBK and Non-KKB Districts of Odisha, India. The disparity index in literacy between ST and non-ST by using the following formula. REGIONAL DISPARITIES IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: An Empirical Analysis INTRODUCTION Regional disparities or imbalances refer to a situation where in standard of living, HDI indices, industrial, agricultural and infrastructural development is found to be different in different parts of a given region.

Aug 29,  · Regional disparities in education have evinced this year’s Education Watch report as a key factor lying in the educational arena of our country.

They targeted Sylhet division which is characterized by affluence and poverty, plain land and haor, tea estates and sophisticated urbanity.

Disparities in Educational Development≠ Universal primary education assumes that all children irrespective of the caste, creed or location would complete primary education of comparable quality within the stipulated time frame.

Therefore, all children should have equal opportunities to participate and succeed in primary education. This book contains 14 research papers authored by experts on the subject.

They provide deep insights into the various dimensions of inter-state and intra-state economic and social inequalities in India. Regional Disparities in Indias Socio-economic Development, Author: (Ed.) Kanak Kanti Bagchi, Category: Book, ISBN:Condition: New.". Nov 14,  · The word disparity comes from the Latin word disparitas, which means divided.

In the modern day scenario the condition of being unequal is considered disparity. Regional disparity means divergence or inequality of characters, phenomena or processe. The problem of regional disparities in the levels of social and economic development is a universal phenomenon.

Educational attainments of the population in a region determine its standard of. Another important indicator of regional disparities is the differences in the levels of agricultural and industrial development between different states of the country.

In India, states like Punjab, Haryana- and part of Uttar Pradesh had recorded a high rate agricultural productivity due to its high proportion of irrigated areas and higher level of fertilizer use.

India. Inter –state disparities or regional disparities or regional imbalances refers to a situation where a per capita income, standard of living, consumption situation, industrial and agriculture development are not uniform in different parts of a given region.

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Backwardness of state could be the. Educational Disparities Defined 11 Psychological Dimensions of Educational Disparities 13 Overview of Educational Disparities 14 Figure 1.

Reading Scores for to by racial/ethnic group. 15 Educational Disparities in th e US: Historical and Global Context 18 Figure 2: Percent Reading Scores at or above for 4th, 8th, and 12th grades Regional Disparities and Marginalisation in Kenya 1 Introduction and Overview Since attaining political independence inKenya has been grappling with the persistent problem of unbalanced regional development.

Through various policies and interventions, the government has tried to reverse the discriminative effects of colonial. In former geographical studies, the regional disparities of education levels were little emphasized in Japan.

But education levels and locations of educational institutions and their inflow areas cannot be examined separately. Also, the disparities of education level are closely related to that of social level and economic conditions.

Educational disparities are evident in markers of low academic performance and graduation rates, as well as the underrepresentation of students of color in gifted and talented educational programs, and psychological theory speaks to how to cultivate academic talent across the range of students in schools.

Educational inequality is the unequal distribution of academic resources, including but not limited to; school funding, qualified and experienced teachers, books, and technologies to socially excluded communities.

These communities tend to be historically disadvantaged and oppressed. More times than not, individuals belonging to these marginalized groups are also denied access to the schools with abundant resources.

Inequality leads to major differences in the educational. Discrimination and Disparities gathers a wide array of empirical evidence to challenge the idea that different economic outcomes can be explained by any one factor, be it discrimination, exploitation, or genetics.

This revised and enlarged edition also analyzes the human consequences of the prevailing social vision of these disparities and the policies based on that vision--from educational Reviews: Overall, educational development gaps among regions are still deep.

Next, based on China General Social Survey (CGSS) data in and Gini coefficient decomposition method by subgroups, we decomposed education inequality for the variables of urban–rural division, gender difference, regional disparity, social stratification division, and age.

India is a witness of regional disparities in many sphere of socio- economic development. On one side, world’s majority of new billionaires are in India and on the another side, India has majority of poor people. Like that, in development, the States like Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, and Gujrat are in the forefront and BIMURAO (Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Orissa.

However, there are other phenomena responsible for regional disparities in Europe: localization factors (large conurbations, transport hubs, and tourism) which foster the development of connected service activities, and the presence of a solid industrial base accompanied by high levels of.

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Jun 06,  · In advance of the event, we’ve put together a list of seven findings about racial disparities in education that scholars and contributors at the Brookings Institution have highlighted over the. Health and Education Development Level Disparities in Indian States 21 | Page II.

LITERATURE REVIEW In the existing literature, no. of studies tried to measure the regional disparities by the socio-economic, health and educational indicator. Racial disparities in education, employment, and income exist and persist for a wide variety of reasons, but the economic challenges and opportunities every region in Minnesota will face over the next 15 years are so great that they will need to be tackled with a multi-pronged approach to attracting, retaining, and training workers of all.

The paper reviews literature to investigate the nature of gender gaps in educational enrollment and attainment in sub-Saharan Africa. The main objective is to understand the main factors that contribute to the continued disparities between males and females.

Educational Inequality in India: An Analysis of Gender Differences in Reading and Mathematics Gregory White University of Maryland, College Park [email protected] Matt Ruther University of Louisville Joan Kahn University of Maryland College Park March 25, India Human Development Survey fieldwork, data entry and analyses have.

Jun 01,  · Rural-Nonrural Disparities in Postsecondary Educational Attainment Revisited Increasing college readiness, attendance, and graduation is a national priority. InPresident Barack Obama announced the American Graduation Initiative to increase the number of college graduates by five million over the next decade (Brandon, ).

SinceFDI has been considered as the most powerful driver of economic development. While India has seen a steady increase in FDI inflows in the post-reform period, therefore, this study tries to analyze the regional and sectoral disparities in Inflow of FDI in India since.

regional disparities in education: a comparative study between kbk and non-kbk districts of odisha, india Article · September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.Sep 23,  · Education Gap Between Rich and Poor Is Growing Wider Liz Niehaus, a kindergarten teacher, talks with her students at KIPP Thrive Academy in .Jan 28,  · U.S.

Education: Still Separate and Unequal than the average for other countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, according to the National Center for Education.