Most people think that writing a children’s book is way easier compared to adult literature. This is actually not true. As a matter of fact, writing about fentanyl side effects may be easier than writing a readable children’s book.
Traditionally the term ‘education’ has implied knowledge acquisition. An ‘educated person’ was expected to espouse information pertaining to the sciences, arts and philosophies. Little was dwelt upon the skills and values for global citizenship and humane coexistence.
A 2017 survey called the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER), shows that more than half of the students in fifth grade are unable to read a second grade text book. This problem can be traced back to the alarmingly low number of children attending school in rural areas.