Educational Research

Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 6(4), pp. 91-99, July 2015. DOI: http:/dx.doi.org/10.14303/er.2015.021. Copyright © 2015 International Research Journals

 

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Equity response in formal education (A case of secondary school)

Shree Prasad Devkota/Shiba Bagale

Sustainable Development and Empowerment Forum/Kathmandu University Nepal

Corresponding author’s E-mail: spdevkota@kusoed.edu.np

Received March 18, 2015;  Accepted April 23, 2015

Abstract

 

Nepal is one the states with different dimensions of inequality and exclusion. The questions of stability, equity, social justice and democracy are arising. Since many decades, the dominant groups have been ruling over the state, authority and other phenomena. In the field, this study explored   the case study of equity response in government school of Nepal. This study emphasizes that the rights of equal opportunity are not promoted. The cultural diversity and male are prioritized in the formal education in Nepal. And cultural linguistic affinity and emotional closeness seems to be highly related in the study area.

 

Keywords: Social cohesion, Social and economic inequalities, Inclusive 

 

 

 

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