Ingur Ganga Higher Secondary School
Komarappa Sengunthar Boys Higher Secondary School
Komarappa Sengunthar Girls Higher Secondary School
Young India Higher Secondary School
Vimala Higher Secondary School
Vellode Vivekananda Higher Secondary School
Navarasam Matriculation Higher Secondary School
Erode Kongu Polytechnic College
MPNMJ Engineering College
Ingur Vidhya Mandhir Engineering College
Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai
Erode Builders Institute of Technology, Nathakadayur
Cherran Arts and Science College, Thittuparai
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“Every day care center, whether it knows it or not, is a school. The choice is never between custodial care and education. The choice is between unplanned and planned education, between conscious and unconscious education, between bad education and good education.”
—James L. Hymes, Jr. (20th century)
“In my state, on the basis of the separate but equal doctrine, we have made enormous strides over the years in the education of both races. Personally, I think it would have been sounder judgment to allow that progress to continue through the process of natural evolution. However, there is no point crying about spilt milk.”
—Lyndon Baines Johnson (19081973)
“The Supreme Court would have pleased me more if they had concerned themselves about enforcing the compulsory education provisions for Negroes in the South as is done for white children. The next ten years would be better spent in appointing truant officers and looking after conditions in the homes from which the children come. Use to the limit what we already have.”
—Zora Neale Hurston (18911960)