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    Parents in the State are calling for a change in the education system to focus more on creativity and developing students’ abilities to face modern challenges. They want new curriculum plans and national education systems to benefit students. Despite efforts by the State government, many government schools still lack basic facilities and funding for education has historically been insufficient.

    The parents believe that collaboration between the Central and State governments is crucial to ensure quality education and basic facilities for all students. They are urging for comprehensive reforms in the education sector to address socio-economic disparities and provide equal opportunities for all children, regardless of background.

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    Key demands by parents include continuous training for teachers, reducing student-teacher ratios, providing basic facilities like classrooms and libraries, and implementing the National Education Policy. They also want a focus on critical thinking and problem-solving skills, as well as vocational education from an early age.

    Parents hope that the State government will address these issues and ensure the all-round development of students in Telangana. Some parents have already spoken out about the challenges they face, such as high school fees, and are calling for proper regulation of private schools across the State.

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