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Jealousy between peers
Transfer of learning
Rights of minorities to establish educational institutions
Free and compulsory primary education
Education for weaker sections of the country
Giving financial assistance to less advanced states
the extent to which a teacher subscribes to a professional code
a teacher has to teach for the sake of getting salaries
a teacher must have completed professional teachers training course before his appointment
all of the above
All of the above
Give a command seeking attention
Provide them a chance to be physically active
Stop teaching for a while
teachers know their learners' capabilities better than external examiners
students should at all costs get high grades
schools are more efficient than external bodies of examination
assessment should be very economical
Instruction based solely on prescribed textbooks
Emphasis on scoring good marks in examinations
Frequent tests and examinations
Flexible timetable and seating arrangement
A routine has been established for students who are having trouble finishing an assignment to ask the teacher for assistance.
A routine for rewarding students who finish work promptly is not in place.
Students must work alone on seatwork, without consulting other students.
Students who finish work before the whole class is finished must not interrupt the students who are still working