Since its earliest conceptualization education has been transformed, refocused and in a constant state of evolution both in theory and in practice. It is rare that teachers and scholars will have the same definition for education, and as with any dialogue, individuals tend to work the concepts to fit their particular focus. Despite a multitude of differing conceptualizations of education, several shared ideals provide a basis for its understanding. While some focus on individual students or teachers, others are much more macro in scope; these ideals are all, at their roots, about transformation.

Every student must have an equal opportunity to realize her or his full potential. Every student must be prepared to competently participate in an increasingly intercultural society. Teachers must be prepared to effectively facilitate learning for every individual student, no matter how culturally similar or different from her- or himself. Schools must be active participants in ending oppression of all types, first by ending oppression within their own walls, then by producing socially and critically active and aware students.
Education must become more fully student-centered and inclusive of the voices and experiences of the students. Educators, activists, and others must play a more active role in reexamining all educational practices and how they affect the learning of all students: testing methods, teaching approaches, evaluation and assessment, school psychology and counselling, educational materials and textbooks, etc. The definition of education in common usage, that education is merely the delivery of knowledge, skills and information from teacher to student, is inadequate to capture what is really important about being and becoming educated. Being an educated person means you have had easy access to means of achieving optimal states of mind regardless of the situation you were in. You are able to perceive accurately, think clearly and act effectively to achieve self-selected goals and aspirations. Education is a process of cognitive cartography, mapping your experiences and finding a variety of reliable routes to optimal states when you find yourself in non-optimal states.

The idea that the sole aim of education is the delivery of knowledge, skills and information from teachers to students is misguided and grossly inadequate,

To provide reformative education to poor and needy children from the grassroots level.

Arrange /ensure technical training besides academic education to needy and poor children and adults to enable them to earn their bread and butter with dignity.

Subject to availability of funds:-
Acquire/ construct and establish schools training centers, with and without boarding and lodging facilities, in order to equip children / adults with basic education and training to make them responsible and useful citizens of the country. This will also help bring down the rate of street crimes in our cities.

To highlight the importance and significance of education, vocational training and literacy in the minds of the general populace in order to motivate them to acquire knowledge and education for the good of society and themselves.(By handbills, seminars, workshops and plays)

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