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Lord Macaulay’s Speech On Indian Education

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The north west arts and health network is changing – flexing and evolving with the times – still with its feet firmly on the ground in the north of england, but responsive to the many international voices that get in touch. The people creating such spoof seem to be strong believers of Macaulay, as they think his quotes are so important even today. Madrashas had a better fate: That is primarily because of the community’s rejection of English education (despite efforts like Aligarh Muslim University) and later, the secular education offered by the Indian government.

So, Macaulay arguing for an imperial system of education may or may not be fair, but it is usual. APAEP teachers are committed to the idea that all people deserve access to arts and education, and that all lives hold value. Biniray Festival” in Romblon is a nine-day affair in January marked by a carnival …