Innovation and Creative Schools for Disadvantaged Children in Bangladesh and Nepal

Muhammad Shohel, Dev Raj Acharya

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Education is a lifelong process and vital to ensuring a better quality of life for all children and a better world for all people. Therefore, education has long been understood as contributing the development of human potential as well as economic growth. Although primary education has been accepted as a human right by the UN Convention or almost half a century and it is well known that quality primary education is vital for the development of any nation, it is still far from being universally available in most developing countries. Education provides a better health to increased wealth for millions of children, youth and adults specially who are disadvantaged. It is evident that many countries have scaled up their socioeconomic development ladder with the firm investments in education.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIn Search of Creativity: A compilation of International Studies
Place of PublicationFinland
PublisherCouncil for Creative Education (CCE) FInland
Publication statusPublished - 2016


  • Innovation
  • Creative schools
  • Disadvantaged Children
  • Bangladesh
  • Nepal


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