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Gandhi’s sustained effort to create a framework for learning, where each person is included, is highly relevant to our present situation, where so many children are being rejected, or failed, because the system is geared to provide the fewest number with greatest material good. Further, the competitive, narrow mono-system of learning is oppressive and,, far from facilitating agency and autonomy, fosters indifference and powerlessness, or an aggressive assertiveness. Basic Education was aimed at strengthening, and not ignoring the inner being.

428. 38) Gandhi, Women and Social Injustice, p. 188-89. 423. 190. , Basic National Education, Hindustani Talimi Sangh. , To the Students, p. 160. 27. 46} Vinoba, Thoughts on Education, p. 30-32. 60. , Collected Works, Vol. 46. 49) Vinoba, Thoughts on Education. 50) Young India, August, 1921. , Collected Works, Vol. 505-6. 201. , Collected Works, Vol. 33. 246. , Collected Works, Vol. 366. 1 Viability of Small Schools Recently the days in the village where I live were marked morning and evening by the monotonous thud of a drum.

36 A person learns in order to give back more fully, not for self-aggrandizement. Vinoba speaks of education as being like walking on two legs, one step for individual change, to be followed by one step for social change. Similarly, Gandhi writes of liberalism in education that is balanced by the needs of the society. “The guiding principle of Ashram Education is, in my opinion, the liberty of the child. Even the youngest child should feel he is something. provide the means for their full development, on condition that it will use all its knowledge for the benefit of society.

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