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A song and dance to learn
Linking art, music, dance and dramatics to learning could reap social and personal benefits too.


Gift of reading
Children who have been read aloud to have better vocabulary and writing skills.
Happy learning
The Janashaala project implemented in backward areas aims at boosting enrolment, keeping kids at school and encouraging reading.
Pick up the pieces
A month after the tsunami children are still afraid. Can teachers and parents help them cope?
In search of self
Parents need to consult the teenager before making important decisions like changing schools.
Beyond being macho
Most boys believe that "real men" do not ask for help.
New on the rack
The new dictionary for beginners to pre-intermediate learners of English offers —
  • Easy explanations of words, using simple language.
  • Short, clear examples of how to use words.
  • Pictures to make learning ...
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