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However, China’s geographic core has been governed, The Virat Kohli-led unit earlier beat Sri Lanka 3-0 and 5-0 in Test and ODI series respectively.India vs Sri Lanka one-off T20I: As it happened TeamsIndia: Virat Kohli (C) Rohit Sharma Jasprti Bumrah Yuzvendra Chahal Shikhar Dhawan MS Dhoni Kedar Jadhav Kuldeep Yadav Bhuvneshwar Kumar Manish Pandey Hardik Pandya Axar Patel Ajinkya Rahane KL Rahul Shardul Thakur Sri Lanka: Upul Tharanga (C) Akila Dananjaya Hasaranga de Silva Niroshan Dickwella Suranga Lakmal Lasith Malinga Angelo Mathews Dilshan Munaweera Thisara Perera Seekkugge Prasanna Vikum Sanjaya Dasun Shanaka Milinda Siriwardana Isuru Udan Jeffrey Vandersay For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: July 24 2015 12:26 pm Filmmaker-actor Tyler Perry is the latest major star to join the cast for Chloe Grace Moretz’s “Brain on Fire” (Source: Reuters) Related News Filmmaker-actor Tyler Perry is the latest major star to join the cast for Chloe Grace Moretz’s “Brain on Fire” The drama is based on the memoir of the same name by journalist Susannah Cahalan who underwent a harrowing medical battle just as her career was taking off reported Entertainment Weekly Moretz has been cast as Cahalan in a film that will explore how she suddenly started hearing voices and exhibiting violent outbursts When Cahalan slips into a coma it’s up to her doctor to help bring her back from the brink to rebuild her life Producer Charlize Theron’s company Denver and Delilah and Broad Green Pictures jointly announced that Perry has been cast as Cahalan’s New York Post editor While primarily known as a filmmaker Perry 45 has also worked as an actor in “Gone Girl” and “Alex Cross” “Brain on Fire” which will also star Jenny Slate and Richard Armitage is expected to open next year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Yamini Aiyar | Published: November 14 2011 2:47 am Related News On Fridaythe Prime Minister launched the Shiksha Ka Haq Abhiyan a yearlong nationwide campaign for promoting the Right to Education (RTE) As these efforts gain groundthe country faces one important choice: should elementary education be delivered through the current modelwhich focuses on the expansion of schooling through a top-downcentralised delivery system Or should we use the RTE as an opportunity to fundamentally alter the current systemto create a bottom-up delivery model which builds on an understanding of childrens learning needsand which privileges innovation and accountability for learningrather than schooling Lets first understand the current system For decadesIndias education goal has been to create a universal elementary education system by expanding schooling through inputs: building schoolshiring teachersand enrolling children in these schools Substantial finances have been provided to create these inputs: in 2008-09 the country spent Rs 6314 per child (this is a low estimateas available data is yet to take into account post-RTE budget hikes) Most of this money has gone toward creating a large education bureaucracy controlled and managed by the state and central government When PAISA (an annual survey of elementary education plans and finances) analysed the budgets of 7 states between 2009-10 and 2010-11it found thaton average76 per cent of the education budget is allocated to teacher salaries and management costs All critical teacher- and administration-related decisionswhether salary payment or hiringare taken by the state (and in some cases the district) bureaucracy School infrastructure receives about 4 per cent of this money Funds for building are often channeled directly to school accounts; but all decisionswhether about the nature of infrastructure (buildings or toilets or on procurement are taken by the district bureaucracy Investments directly in children account for just 6 per cent of the total budget Interwoven in this top-down system is an intention to involve parents in decision-making through the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan (SSA)which mandates parent committees to make plans and monitor school activities But SSA has done little to empower these committees For oneteachersas pointed out alreadyare not accountable to them Secondcommittees have spending powers over just about 5 per cent of SSA funds And these expenditures are expected to be undertaken based on norms set by the Government of India Soif a school wants to spend more than the norm onsaypurchasing teacher material by dipping in to its maintenance fund wellit cant In essenceSSA has had a bottom-up rhetoric with no bottom-up control or decision making power Its no surprise then that studies have pointed out that these committees under SSA were defunct After allwhy participate if you have no control To the extent that expansion of schooling has been the goalthis top-down model has been effective Schools have been builtteachers hired and the country has reached near universal enrollment levels But there is no evidence that improved infrastructure has resulted in children acquiring basic abilities in reading and arithmetic Between 2004-05 and 2009-10Indias elementary education budget has nearly doubled Yet learning levels have remained stagnant According to the Annual Status of Education Reportonly half the countrys Standard 5 children can read a Standard 2 textbookfar fewer can do basic arithmetic The current top-down system can create inputs but the assumption that this model can deliver on the next generation challenges of elementary education does not hold A fundamental rethink is imperative The good news is that the framework for an alternative model is already in place Like SSAthe RTE mandates parental involvement through school committees that are tasked with making annual school development plans CruciallyRTE entitles all children to age-appropriate mainstreaming? 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Top News Whoever said that the latest season of Bigg Boss would be just like any other previous ones, "We have a lot to live up to and we have a long way to go until we are in their category. It did not rule out the possibility of the involvement of university employees in transactions.