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15th May 1998 at 01:00

This educational supplement to The Times of India provides an intriguing insight into the issues facing education on the Indian sub-continent.

The opening of a new music school, the lack of educational opportunities for children from poor families, the question of whether computers should be in the classroom or in a computer room and a report from a student parliament are among the stories carried by this newspaper web site.

The Web site provides a helpline for inquiries about education, so teachers or schools with particular questions about how children are taught in India could use e-mail to get in touch.

Sean Coughlan -

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