It looks in detail at the students concerned, where they are educated special schools, special classes or regular classes and what their level of education is pre-primary, primary, lower secondary and upper secondary education.
These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionAndrew North: Firefighters and army personnel are leading the operation to rescue those caught beneath the debris in Savar.
More than 1, people were injured. One official put the death toll at Cracks had been found in the building prior to the collapse, but owners told workers not to worry. Building collapses are common in Bangladesh. Speaking at the scene, Home Minister Muhiuddin Khan Alamgir said the building had violated construction codes and "the culprits would be punished".
Bangladesh has one of the largest garment industries in the world, providing competitively priced clothes for major Western retailers which benefit from its widespread low-cost labour.
Rescue teams have been working frantically using concrete cutters and cranes digging through the rubble to pull people out. It is still not clear how many people are trapped inside, although local media say there are hundreds. A doctor at the local hospital told the BBC that their services had been stretched.
The reason for the collapse is not yet known. The latest incident has once again raised questions about safety standards in the country's thriving garments industry.
However, factory owners say safety standards have improved significantly in recent years. Tessel Pauli, a spokeswoman for the Amsterdam-based Clean Clothes Campaign, said activists at the scene had identified labels from European and US high-street brands.
Primark, a clothes retailer with a large presence in Britain, confirmed that one of its suppliers was on the second floor of the Rana Plaza. It said it was "shocked and deeply saddened by the appalling incident" and that it would work with other retailers to review standards.
The Rana Plaza building contained several clothing factories, a bank and a market. It collapsed at about It is not yet clear what caused the collapse, but local media reports said severe cracks were detected in the block on Tuesday.
One man rescued from the building told the BBC that factory owners had told workers on Wednesday morning "not to worry" and that "they said they had examined the crack". Police told local media that the rear of the building had suddenly started to collapse on Wednesday morning, and within a short time the whole structure - except the main pillar and parts of the front wall - had caved-in, triggering panic.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionBangladeshi factory worker: There was a lot of dust from the collapsing debris, so we ran downstairs. When we came out we saw the whole building collapsed.
Sohel Rana, a local who rescued several people, told Bangladeshi newspaper The Daily Star that he had heard cries for help coming from under the rubble.
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The scene looked like a "war zone", Dhaka resident Tahsin Mahmoo told the BBC, adding that appeals had been put out for citizens to donate blood. Image caption Lengths of textile were used to help some survivors out of the building Hundreds of people, anxious for news of friends and relatives, have gathered at the scene.
Others are moving rubble using their bare hands. Now we are cutting through the concrete walls and trying to get inside with the help of sniffer dogs," fire brigade chief Ali Ahmed Khan told the BBC Bengali service. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has announced a national day of mourning on Thursday in memory of the victims.
In November, a fire at a garment factory in a Dhaka suburb drew international attention to working conditions in Bangladesh's textile industry. At least people died, triggering a public outcry about safety standards. Western retail chains that buy from factories in Bangladesh urged factory owners to improve safety standards.
The last major building collapse was inwhen a four-storey building in Dhaka caved in, killing at least 25 people and injuring several others. Inthere was a building collapse near the site of Wednesday's incident, killing 64 people.Media captionAndrew North: "This is the worst disaster in Bangladesh's industrial history and the casualties are still rising" At least 87 people have been killed and many others trapped after an.
Parental Education in Bangladesh Abstract This research is about the necessity of parental education in Bangladesh.
It is a topic that isn’t widely discussed among the citizen on Bangladesh, but it is well known In developed countries.
Women's Education and Fertility Rates in Developing Countries, With Special Reference to Bangladesh - Wardatul Akmam Lecturer in Sociology, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh;. education and less expectation for girls’ education create inequality in primary education.
People Inequality in Primary Education of Bangladesh 7 | Page There is a positive correlation between net enrolment and parental education.
The proportion of. Parental involvement with secondary schools is a relatively new concept in the Bangladeshi education perspective.
The formation of School Management Committee (SMC) and various programs carried out by the secondary schools have created opportunities for parents as community members to be involved in secondary schools .
Parental Involvement in the Secondary Schools in Bangladesh: Challenges and a Way Forward Ariful Haq Kabir Faculty of Education, Monash University [email protected] Farjana Akter Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh Challenges and a way Authors note.