What is the impact of Gandhi's philosophy on education? impact on todays education

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The primary focus of Gandhi's tenets in education was to develop both the moral sensibilities within the student as well as their commitment to social change.  Unlike most education of the time period, Gandhi's belief in education was to enhance the notion of individual and social change, believing that both are connected to one another.  Education is not something to remain in the claustrophobic domains of books only.  There has to be an outreach between students and the outside world.  Some of this can happen on a smaller level, while other implications are on a more profound level of social change.  Part of what makes his beliefs so strong on...

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