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|13th October 2009, 13:45||#1|
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The 'youngest headmaster in the world': BBC
Just read the below article from BBC.
Got so much inspired that I wanted to post it everywhere.
I think this is the only way for us to move ahead, instead of depending or expecting the SYSTEM to come to rescue.
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|14th October 2009, 19:43||#3|
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Wow and some more wow! This is truly remarkable. And I agree that this is the way forward. make the best use of whatever resources you have - the system may then be shamed enough to come be a part of it. He should have got the support in the form of a school from the government going by the time he has been doing it. Just recognizing it is not enough.
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