This book in the series on educational problems has been designed to serve as a manual which concentrates its focus on to the issue of education as a whole and its persistent problems. It effectively explores and delineates what entails the problems of education, both contemporary as well as those which are perennial. Taking into account such factors as educational planning, infrastructure teachers, social demands, etc., the book demystifies the rigmarole of the matter, providing an incisive analysis of the problems which plague the administration of education.
In addition, the book brings under cover critiques of numerous educational programmes, fostering an understanding of the issue which is more encompassing, and also providing a model for solving local educational issues. Further, it also takes into consideration current trends in the field.