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dc.contributor.authorSherry Chand, Vijaya
dc.contributor.authorKuril, Samvet
dc.identifier.citationChand, V.S., & Kuril, S. (2018). Contextualising educational decentralisation policies in India. Economic and Political Weekly, 53(12), 107-114. Retrieved from
dc.description.abstractThe impact of the local contextualisation of successive rounds of educational decentralisation reform on organisational learning and capacities of rural educational governance structures is examined. From locating schools in local self-government in the mid-1990s, the focus shifted in the 2000s to school accountability. This shift induced a reconstruction of the “risk” posed by the earlier round of reform and the identification of aspects of organisational learning to be retained or discarded. Such an ability to choose is an important indicator of organisational capacity for reform. The next round of reforms should include academic supervision in the accountability mandate.en_US
dc.publisherEconomic and Political Weeklyen_US
dc.subjectBasic Educationen_US
dc.subjectVillage Education Committee policyen_US
dc.subjectMid-day meal managementen_US
dc.titleContextualising educational decentralisation policies in Indiaen_US
dc.title.alternativeEconomic and Political Weeklyen_US
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