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Going to School in India
Content:Documentary Film
Available From:Culture for Kids
Review Available:Review
Media Type:DVD
Release Date:2007
Audience:Elementary Education
Secondary Education
Running Time:76 mins
Physical Description:1 videodisc (ca. 76 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Language:English or Hindi audio with English and Spanish subtitle
Author:Based on the 2005 book by Lisa Heydlauff.
Resource Library Number:SADVD 27
ISBN:9781888194906; 1888194901
Subject:Anthropology and Sociology
Subheading:Children and Youth
Elementary Education
Region:South Asia


"Experience what it is like to go to school in India through the eyes and voices of children. Going to India celebrates what school can be. Every school day, millions of children in India go to school by boat, by bicycle, by wheelchair or barefoot. Some classes are held in the blistering heat of the mud desert, in the chill of the mountains or at night under lamps." --DVD Container. Documentary includes nine segments on how children living in different regions in India attend school. 

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