This book deals with the principles of Comparative Education, its factors, methods and aims to make the education system of a country truly national. The educational system of U.S.A., U.K. and Russia (after disintegration of the former U.S.S.R) from pre-primary level to the university level has been discussed in this book. The nature of teacher, adult and technical education and other allied topics have also been analysed. In parts III and IV of this book, the problems of the Indian Education from the preprimary level to the University level have been discussed in great detail. This book presents the latest picture of the subject matter with up-to-date information and incorporates statistical information (data up to 2001) wherever necessary. This book also deals with topics such as student’s unrest, multipurpose schools, women, adult and compulsory education, public schools and others.