Spiritual experiences of family members to cope with the challenges of childhood disability: If we take the family as a circle, the disabled child is in the center of the circle and weights on all communications in the family. Therefore, in this research, the experiences of all family members are studied.
Priya Ranjan Trivedi Dr. Priya Ranjan Trivedi born is the only person in the world who has given a new dimension to education, training and research by advocating for having more number of job givers, rather than job seekers through a neological and a neocratic approach to teaching, training, research and other didactical process.
He is the first person to have: Priya Ranjan Trivedi for discussing developmental issues related to environmental protection Priya Ranjan Trivedi has been associated with the following institutions in different capacities: He is the first Indian to have established many institutions and knowledge based organisations in different parts of the world.
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To examine whether educational expansion had a counterbalancing effect against the negative effects of birth order, I first examine whether the birth order effect on educational attainment varies amongst cohorts who were, or were not, exposed to a period of increasing educational opportunities.
An individual woman's ability to cope with the new situations and tasks of pregnancy appears related to the overall balance of past and present stresses and the process of maternal adaptation to pregnancy, birth, and parenting.
Egalitarianism is a trend of thought in political philosophy. An egalitarian favors equality of some sort: People should get the same, or be treated the same, or be treated as equals, in some respect. In the midst of growing recognition that "place matters" to health, many studies have tried to estimate neighborhood effects on outcomes such as child/youth educational attainment, behavioral/well-being outcomes, or health status and mortality.
For further discussion of policy solutions, see the companion to this report, Reducing and Averting Achievement Gaps: Key Findings from the Report ‘Education Inequalities at the School Starting Gate’ and Comprehensive Strategies to Mitigate Early Skills Gaps.