What sculpture is to a block of marble, education is to the human soul. -By Joseph Addison This book is the product of a research project examining the key aspects of implementation of ICT in the Education. The primary aim was to delve into the various revolutionary aspects of ICT in Education in reaching out to the browbeaten sections in India. It is undisputed that most of the enrollment growth in the coming several decades will be in developing countries and India will contribute a significant proportion of that expansion. India by enacting “Right to Education Act, 2009” has set out on a go-getting path to provide free and compulsory education to all children in the 6 to 14 age group. As a result the number of students enrolled in elementary schools in far flung villages would definitely see a colossal jump. Challenges of funding, availability of qualified teachers, and building a sustainable academic culture and school infrastructure are significant and real. This book reviews various facets of and challenges in providing access to universal elementary education for the children from socially weaker sections in India.