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Education of Socio-Economic Disadvantaged Groups
From Marginalisation to Inclusion

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ISBN 9781032315003
February 24, 2023 Forthcoming by Routledge India
200 Pages

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Book Description

This book explores policy measures and social programmes designed to make quality education accessible to socio-economic disadvantaged groups (SEDGs) in India.

It discusses the status of education of disadvantaged or marginalized groups, the discourse around education and equity in India and innovative practices undertaken by both government and non-government institutions to increase accessibility to education. The book highlights the disparity in the quality of education available to disadvantages groups, including religious, ethnic and caste minorities, women and girls, transgender people, people with disabilities and migrant or displaced children. It examines the effectiveness of initiatives and policies which have been implemented to bring quality education to the SEDG in India. It also offers suggestions and policy recommendations to bridge the disparity in education which will consequently lead to greater economic and social mobility, inclusion and socio-economic development.

The book will be of interest to teachers, students and researchers of education, sociology, development studies, social work, and disability studies. It will also be useful for policymakers, academicians, and professionals working in the field of education, social work, and rehabilitation.

Table of Contents

Introduction. 1.Educating Girls: A key to Sustainable Development 2. Transgender’s Education: A Step towards Transforming Society 3.Marginalization of Scheduled Castes in Education: A case Study 4. Mainstreaming Scheduled Tribes through Education 5. Removing Backwardness through Education 6. Education of Muslim Minorities in India: Balancing the Social Fabric/ Making a Just Society 7. Educational Concerns of Students with Hearing Impairment 8. Education of Students with Intellectual Disabled and Developmental Disabilities 9. Journey from Learning Disabilities to Learning Abilities 10. Ensuring multifarious development of Students with Multiple Disabilities 11. Educational stimulations of Students with Neuro Developmental Disabilities 12. Transforming Juvenile Delinquent through Education 13. Deaddiction of the Addicted through Education 14. Addressing Educational Needs of Migrant’s Children 15. Empowering Street Children 16. Dynamics in the Education of Children in Vulnerable Situations 17. Unblocking educational traffic of Trafficking Children 18. Rejuvenating Orphans through Educational Supports 19. Access to Education for Children of Refugees 20. Making Privileged the Underprivileged

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Mrutyunjaya Mishra is Associate Professor in the Department of Hearing Impairment at the Dr. Shakuntala Misra National Rehabilitation University, Lucknow, India. His area of interest are capacity building for inclusive education, neurological aspects of deafness and technological intervention for students with special needs.

Pettala Ramakrishna is Assistant Professor of Special Education (Hearing Impairment) in the Department of Teacher Training and Non-formal Education (IASE) at Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, India.