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...ccess .Government with the aim of achieving universal primary education by 2010 .The meal was introduced in the country in 2001 . All these helped to a significant increase in enrollment in primary education Schools to 94 %India and gearing up to achieve full literacy by 2030 .The study also showed that the level of learning in children miserably poor in many countries . About two-thirds of students Aged 7-14 cannot read the story at the level of grade 2, and about 40 % of them could not do basic subtraction and Division. A dropout rate in primary schools is still high. Other surprising results is that children in some countries with enrollment as high as Tamil Nadu and Karnataka have levels of learning is very bad. The situation calls for transforming politics Focus of access and enrollment in the collection and retention, to make sure that all children learn well.
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