Video of my little nephew reading his favorite Dr. Seuss book.
When you put politics in the driver's seat at institutions of higher education, education takes a backseat and, except for a small select group, everyone and the country loses out.
Transcript of my March 2, 1998 Kantipur FM radio show in which I talked about some of the other ways private schools in Nepal fleece families.
The intellectual bankruptcy of the two biggest universities in Kathmandu....
To improve a system, just introducing a change is, of course, insufficient. The nature of the change and how it's implemented is as equally important, if not more important. But that, I argue in this Kantipur FM commentary, is missed by those steering the transformation of our education system in Nepal.
The wolf of educational institutions in Kathmandu fleece parents. The parents willingly oblige and pay up because of the culture of associating high school fees with social status. Folks, a win-win situation like no other, what's the problem?!