Ideas in Education: Trends and insights in K-12, college, and professional learning. The lack of labs and libraries also affect the curriculum development process because without proper computer labs in cities and villages one can’t implement computer education curriculum all over the country. I have studied this further since I wrote the post: Some of the text comes from a famous essay Macaulay wrote about Clive, where described Bengal as a rich land but full of cowardly people.
In fact, I did find out eventually where this quote came from: Some part of it is derived from Macaulay’s later description of Bengal, in his essay on Clive, where he talked about the state being one of the richest in the world. In a way, I am confronting Macaulay in my own way: I am sure he would not have wanted me to engage with the world in my own terms.
In China, printing by movable type was invented in 1045, and proved to be one of the most powerful inventions of this era which affect the curriculum development process and bring huge change in the improvement of curriculum and contents of the curriculum around the world.
An educated person with self-confidence and precise moves knows how to transform the world. As you would see, I am doing precisely the opposite: Questioning the authenticity of a quote written in English and circulated through World Wide Web. Examination is the pivotal point around which the whole system of education revolves and the success or failure of the system of examination is indeed an indicator of the success or failure of that particular system of education.
A 2008 amendment attached to the Higher Education Act reauthorization barred the federal government from explicitly and systemically integrating and connecting the dots between employment and enrollment, major program, financial aid receipt, and graduation outcomes on an individual student basis.