India is set to have the world’s youngest population very soon, which means there is a desperate need to increase public spending on education.
What does the poor state of education mean for India in the 21st Century?
What principle problems are we facing?
With these questions, Daring Debates attempts to invoke vital conversations and discussions by reflecting on the constructions and working of private and public education in India.
Daring Debates is a unique debate series initiated under Difficult Dialogues aiming to stimulate critical discourse on issues that concerns South Asia and India in particular. It brings students and young people together and promotes their participation in the policy ideation and formation so that their opinions reach various stakeholders in the gamut.