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SELECTED REFERENCES

Sl. No.

Title

                        Author(s)

1

Culture and Classroom Reform: The case of the District Primary Education Project, India

PREMA CLARKE

2

A Study of Effectiveness of In-service Education of Teachers

All India Primary Teachers' Federation

3

Primary Education in India: Key Problems

Ajay Deshpande , Sayan Mitra

4

The importance of Basic Education

Amartya Sen

5

Challenges in Elementary Education in India: Various Approaches

Ritimoni Bordoloi   

6

Access to Elementary Education in India: Politics, Policies and Progress

Angela W. Little

7

EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST THROUGH RADIO

J. K. Das

8

Elementary Education in India

Arun C. Mehta

9

Financing Elementary Education in India

Jandhyala B. G. Tilak*

10

In-Service Teacher Education on Girls Education

Distance Education Programme-Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (An IGNOU-MHRD, Govt. of  India Project)

11

Access of Poor Households to Primary Education in Rural India

Ravindra H. Dholakia Shreekant Iyengar 

12

Access to Elementary Education in India Country Analytical Review

R. Govinda Madhumita Bandyopadhyay

13

PRE-PRIMARY EDUCATION IN INDIA

CREATE INDIA POLICY BRIEF 1

14

Improving Primary School Education in India: An Impact Assessment of DPEP I

Jyotsna Jalan Elena Glinskaya

15

Making Primary Education Work for India's Rural Poor :      A Proposal for Effective Decentralization

Lant Pritchett Varad Pande

16

On the Role of Government and Civil Society in Education: Liberalisation, Accountability, and Empowerment

Author: Parth J Shah

17

Overview on Community Mobilization under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan

 

 

Srl No.

Title

Author(s)

18

Primary Education and Panchayeti Raj Institutions

PRIA

19

Primary Education in India

Ranjani Iyer Mohanty

20

Primary Education in India: Prospects of meeting the MDG Target

Sonia Bhalotra and Bernarda Zamora

21

Primary Schools in West Bengal

Kumar Rana, Abdur Rafique and AmritaSengupta (with an Introduction byAmartya Sen)

22

Changing Framework of Local Governance and Community Participation in Elementary Education in India

R. Govinda Madhumita Bandyopadhyay

23

PUBLIC REPORT ON BASIC EDUCATION IN INDIA

The PROBE Team

24

ROLE & RESPONSIBILITY OF TEACHERS IN BUILDING UP MODERN INDIA

Swami Ranganathananda

25

Rural Context of Primary Education Searching for the Roots

Shakuntala Bapat & Suman Karandikar

26

Elementary Education in India

Tara Beteille

27

PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS THE TWISTS AND TURNS OF EVERY DAY PRACTICE

VimalaRamachandran SumanBhattacharjea K M Sheshagiri

28

CONCEPT OF TEACHER EDUCATION

 

29

The Aspiration for Education

Kumar Rana

30

THE QUALITY OF PRIMARY EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY OFMADURAI AND VILLUPURAM DISTRICTS IN TAMIL NADU, INDIA

Shuchi Grover And Nishu Harpreet Singh

31

THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT OFINDIA IN EDUCATION

J.P. NAIK, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

32

The Social Context of Elementary Education in Rural India

Azim Premji Foundation

33

Post Elementary Education, Poverty and Development in India 

JandhyalanB J Tilak

34

UNIVERSALIZATION OF PRIMARY EDUCATION IN INDIA : LESSONS OF EXPERIENCE AND POINTERS FOR ACTION

Sunil Behari Mohanty

35

Web Based School Education In India : Problems, considerations, Approaches & Important Features Of Web-Based Learning Environment

Dr. B. V. Pawar

36 My School

Rabindranath Tagore

 

Sl No Title Author (s)
37. Speech, Language and Communication Needs and Primary School-aged Children I CAN Talk Series – Issue 6
38. MULTIGRADE TEACHING IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

 

Ian Birch and Mike Lally
Centre for Research on Rural Education
The University of Western Australia
39. Teacher Professional Development in Tanzania: Perceptions and Practices

 

 
Willy L. Komba
Mkwawa University College of Education, Tanzania
Emmanuel Nkumbi
Ministry of Education and Vocational Training, Tanzania
40. School Evaluation for Quality Improvement Meeting of the Asian Networkof Training and Research Institute in Educational Planning – Kuala-Lampur, Malayasia, 2004
41 Absolutely every body Part 1: A guide for teachers Centre for Health Promotion
Achieving a body-image friendly school community Children, Youth and Women’s Health Service
A Health Promoting Schools approach Adelaide, 2011
 
42 ASSESSMENT IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS N A T I O N A L C O U N C I L F O R C U R R I C U L U M A N D A S S E S S M E N T
Draft Document – Work in Progress
43 A systematic review of how theories explain learning behaviour in school contexts Review conducted by the Behaviour Management (Canterbury Christ Church University College) Review Group
44 Guidelines for Early Childhood Development Department of Social Development: Republic of South Africa
45 Children’s early learning and development A research paper By Geraldine FrenchIndependent Early Years Specialist
46   Creativity and the Arts in the Primary School  
 Discussion Document and Proceedings of the Consultative Conference on Education 2009- Irish National Teachers Organization
47 Effective Pre-school and Primary Education 3-11 Project Kathy Sylva+, Edward Melhuish#, Pam Sammons$,
(EPPE 3-11) Final Report from the Primary Phase: Iram Siraj-Blatchford* and Brenda Taggart*
Pre-school, School and Family Influences on +University of Oxford,
Children’s Development during Key Stage 2 #Birkbeck, University of London, $University of Nottingham
(Age 7-11) and *Institute of Education, University of London
   
48 The impact of ICT in schools – a landscape review Professor Rae Condie and Bob Munro with Liz Seagraves and Summer Kenesson
Quality in Education Centre, University of Strathclyde
49 Developing a Code of Behaviour: Guidelines for Schools National Educational Welfare Board 2008
50  Indian Queens Primary School   
51 A profile of the Indian Education System Gretchen Rhines Cheney, Betsy Brown Ruzzi and Karthik Muralidharan
52 Intercultural Education in the Primary School The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment wishes to acknowledge the work of Dr. Roland Tormey and the Centre for Educational Disadvantage Research, Mary Immaculate College,
53 Primary School Curriculum Introduction Curaclam na Bunscoile
54 Play as a context for Early Learning and Development  A research paper Margaret Kernan, Ph D
  Commissioned by the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment, NCCA.
55 Protection of Children against Corporal Punishment in Schools and Institutions Summary discussions by the Working Group on Corporal Punishment: NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR THE PROTECTION OF CHILD RIGHTS
Delhi, December 2008
56 Small, Multigrade Schools and Increasing Access to Primary Education in India: National Context and NGO Initiatives Nicole Blum and Rashmi Diwan
Research monograph No 17 October 2007
Consortium for Reaserch on Educational Access, Transitiona and Equity
57 School Influences on Children's Development Kathy Sylva, Department of Child Development and Primary Education, Institute of Education, University of London
58 Primary school leadership practice: how the subject matters James P. Spillane, Northwestern University, School of Education and Social Policy, 2020 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL 60201
59 Developing successful learners in the technologies in primary schools  
60 The Kindergarten Program Ministry of Education, Ontario
61 Primary Education in India Needs a Fix Sriram Balasubramanian, Forbs India Magazine

 

62

Learning From Others:
Learning in a Social Context

Linda Darling-Hammond, Kim Austin, Suzanne Orcutt, and Daisy MartinWith Contributions From Roland Tharp and AnnmariePalincsar

63

Solutions to Teacher Absenteeism in Rural Government Primary Schools in India: A Comparison of Management Approaches

Krishna Narayan and Jos Mooij

64

Nutritional status of rural primary school children and their socio-demographic correlagtes : A cross-sectional study from Varanasi

Kaushik A, Richa, Mishra CP, Singh SP

65

Community Factors in Technology Adoption in Primary Education: Perspectives from Rural India

Komathi Ale, Arul Chib

66

Primary Education in India: A Case Study of Government- Run Primary Schools in Rudraram

K. Tejaswani, M. Lalitha Sridevi

67

Unpacking the key competencies: what does it mean for primary schools?

Sally Boyd, Verena Watson

68

Private education for the poor in India

Aditi Thorat

69

The Impact of Media and Technology in Schools

Thomas C. Reeves

70

MANUAL-Child Friendly Schools

UNICEF

71

Children's rights and early childhood Education

Anne B. Smith

72

Effective classroom strategies for closing the gap in educational achievement for children and young people living in poverty, including white working-class boys

Jonathan Sharples, Robert Slavin, Bette Chambers

73

SUPERVISION OF INSTRUCTION IN EDUCATION

NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA

74

Education For All in India with Focus on Elementary Education: Current Status, Recent Initiatives And Future Prospects

Arun C. Mehta

75

Developing the Use of Information and Communication Technology to Enhance Teaching and Learning in East African Schools: Review of the Literature

Sara Hennessy, Brown Onguko, Devid Harrison, Enos Kiforo Ang’ondi, Susan Namalefe, Azra Naseem and Leonard Wamakote.

76

Transitions from Pre-school to School: Emphasizing Early Literacy

Kalliope Vrinioti, Johanna Einarsdoir and Stig Broström

77

Enhancing educational effectiveness through teachers’ professional development

 

78

Reforming elementary education in India: A menu of options

Santosh Mehrotra

79

Developing Inclusive Practice: A Role for Teachers and Teacher Education.

Martyn Rouse

80

Empowering schools and school management committees (SMCs): Unpacking decision-making in India’s schools.

Gayatri Sahgal

81

Support for Professionals: Speech Language and Communication Needs (SLCN): Classroom strategies for primary schools

‘I Can’

82

FAMILY - SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS FRAMEWORK, A guide for schools and families

Deptt. of Education, Employment and Workplace Relation

83

Grade repetition in primary schools in Sub-Saharan Africa: an evidence base for change.

Susy Ndaruhutse, Laura Brannelly, Michael Latham, Jonathan Penson

84

History in the Primary School; Re-Shaping Our Pasts. The Influence of Primary School Teachers' Knowledge and Understanding of History on Curriculum Planning and Implementation.

Penelope Harnett

85

How can one strengthen primary school education in India?

 

86

Human Rights Education in Indian Schools: Curriculum Development

PRANATI PANDA

87

THE IMPACT OF SCHOOL LUNCHES ON PRIMARY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT: EVIDENCE FROM INDIA'S MIDDAY MEAL SCHEME

RAJSHRI JAYARAMAN, DORA SIMROTH, AND FRANCIS DE VERICOURT

88

Development of School Education Status in India

Vishal D. Pajankar  and Pranali V. Pajankar

89

The Millennium Development Goals Report 2012

United Nations.

90

New Indian Model School  Inspection Report  Pre-Primary to Secondary

Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau

Knowledge and Human Development Authority

91

STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING SUPERVISORY SKILLS FOR EFFECTIVE PRIMARY EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

ENAIGBE A. PATRICK

92

The OPTIMUM PRIMARY SCHOOL

GallifordTry

93

Play in the School Context? The Perspectives of Finnish Teachers

Pirkko T. Hyvonen

94

Play and Technology for children aged 4-12

Stella Downey, Noirin Hayes and Brian O’Neill

95

Improving basic education: preconditions for successful inspection and supervision - implications for training

Kevin M . Lillis

96

Primary Education: Foundation of  Future India

Mandeep Kaur Tuli

97

TWENTY ONE ASSEMBLIES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS

UNICEF

98

Final Report On Quality in School Education

Institute for Studies in Industrial Development

99

THE IMPACT OF SCHOOL LUNCHES ON PRIMARY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT: EVIDENCE FROM INDIA'S MIDDAY MEAL SCHEME

RAJSHRI JAYARAMAN, DORA SIMROTH, AND FRANCIS DE V_ERICOURT

100

 

Rural Context of Primary Education Searching for the Roots

Shakuntala  Bapat and Suman Karandikar

 

101

Promoting Rights in Schools: providing quality public education

ACTIONAID

102

Statistics of Underprivileged Children in India

CRY

103

Student teacher ratio for primary schools in India: How does your school perform?

 

104

Undertaking a national diagnosis on school supervision

UNESCO

105

ART AND DESIGN Syllabus for Primary Schools

Curriculam Deptt. Floriana

106

Report on TheSystem of Education in India

Nordic Recognition Information Centres

107

THE CONCEPT AND PRACTICES OF SUPERVISION/INSPECTION IN KWARA STATE PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS

S. A. ONASANYA

108

Inside Primary Schools A study of teaching and learning in rural India

Suman Bhattacharjea, Wilima Wadhwa and Rukmini Banerji

109

A Comparative Study of Indian Government, Private Aided and Private Unaided Primary Low Fee Educational Institutions

Julianna Wessels

110

The Improvement of Primary School Quality in India: Successes and Failures of 'Operation Blackboard

Caroline Dyer

110

Sahajpath & Rabindranath

Goutam Saha

 

111 TEACHING AND LEARNING: Achieving Quality for All EFA Global Monitoring Report
112 Impact of Private Tutoring on Learning Levels: Evidence from India Ambrish Dongre, Vibhu Tewary
113 Do private tuitions improve learning outcomes? Ambrish Dongre
114 ASER 2014 – Looking Back Amit Kaushik
115 ASER 2013 - Rural  
116 Links between reading and other skills: What does ASER tell us? Ashok Mutum, Savitri Bobde, Ketan Verma
117 The Bottom-Up Push for Quality Education in India Madhav Chavan, Rukmini Banerji
118 Variation in Private School Performance : The Importance of Village Context Amita Chudgar
119 English Impact Report: Investigating English Language Learning Outcomes at the Primary School Level in Rural India Edited by Vivien Berry
120 ASER Report 2014  
121 ASSESSMENT FOR GLOBAL LEARNING WORLD BANK SYMPOSIUM
122 Links between reading and other skills: What does ASER tell us Ashok Mutum, Savitri Bobde, Ketan Verma
123 Old Challenges for a New Generation Madav Chavan, CEO- President Pratham Education Foundaion
124 Cross-Country Review of Public Primary Education in Rural Brazil, China, Indonesia, and Mexico: Suggestions for Policy and Practice Reforms in India HaeIn Shin, Radhika Iyengar, Monisha Bajaj
125 Constitutional Ammendments to Make Education a Fundamental Right Nalini Juneja
126 How can education systems become equitable by 2030? Pauline Rose and Benjamin Alcott
127 The first step Rukmini Banerji
128 Do “Child Friendly” Practices affect Learning? Evidence from Rural India Sushmita Nalini Das
129 Inside Primary Schools A study of teaching and learning in rural India Suman Bhattacharjea, Wilima Wadhwa, Rukmini Banerji
130 Learning achievement at the elementary level in rural West Bengal Rabindranath Mukhopadhyay, Dibakar Chatterjee
131 Variation in Private School Performance : The Importance of Village Context Amita Chudgar
132 Private inputs into schooling: Bang for the buck Willima Wadhwa
133 Money Matters: PAISA and the ASER survey Yamini Aiyar

 

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