When we talk about the growth of the country, we take various factors into consideration and education is one of them. While urban schools are getting the best of infrastructure, facilities and teachers, schools in rural areas are still struggling for facilities as basic as toilets. Lack of teaching staff and motivation among students are two of the major reasons behind poor education quality in rural schools. 85% of the government schools are in villages, and do not get the benefit of quality education.
The important motivating factor for the development of the economy in today’s time is education. Like in the body of human being liver is responsible for the proper functioning of the body, in the same way education acts a backbone for the economy. Rural area development suggests both the economic improvement of people as well as greater social transformation. As more than half of the population in India lives in villages.
In the field of education and child development, Lex Alliance Foundation a NGO in Delhi has increased awareness among the community of the importance of children’s education ngo and their rights and established and strengthened the support mechanisms for children’s rights and children continuing in education. It has accomplished this through innovative activities like evaluating educational campaigns, introduction of creative methods to teach children so that they don’t lose interest and forming parent teacher communities to monitor each child’s growth.
It is education that leads to the road to betterment of a community and the nation at large. And when we think about bring in a reformation in education, we have to point out what all prevents the education system in India to develop.