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For non-US TEDizens: Can you tell us about your country's education system?

This week's special on American TV, "TED Talks Education," focuses on problems in US schools.

So here's the place for non-Americans to share: What's an issue in your country's education system that you'd like to see a TED Talk about? Who would you ask to speak? Do you have any success stories to share?

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    May 10 2013: India
    Our present education system is established by the British Rulers, we haven't changed it a bit. They might have changed it in Britain.
    You start in nursery, then Kinder garten, school for 12 years , graduation from a college...then seek employment.

    Ancient system was residential called Gurukul, where one mentor will teach his art to 4 or 5 five pupils. The pupil will do all the house hold work along side with learning the skills. But it was not available to all.

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