WES 2012 - Emerging Opportunities in Education: Pre schools in India... - Rohit Sahu
Rohit Sahu, Chairman, Sapphire International School
Speaker at: World Education Summit 2012
Date: 23-24 July, 2012
Venue: Le Meridien, New Delhi
Brief: The child’s basic need to be happy in life is not understood by pre schools, as they are unable to comprehend the nature of a child’s mind. There is a big discrepancy between what is taught by parents at home and what gets taught by the teachers. This gap between home-education and school-education is meant to be bridged in the pre-schools.
Children who go through pre-schools have higher literacy and good grades. They are able to get better livelihood, commit lesser crimes according to the survey that has been conducted. So investment in good pre-schools is a sound economic investment in the future of the society. In India good play schools have now started opening in all the big and small cities and towns. A good play school is expected to teach help the child in developing good motor skill, language, social interactions, spiritual awareness and much else.
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