Correct Answer - Option 2 : I, II, III and IV
Availability of educational resources at the school level is necessary in order to support learning. Resources indeed form the bedrock of the entire school system. Absence or lack of even one or a few school resources can affect the efficient functioning and management of a substantial part of the system. The school, in its ideal form, represents an active learning place and must always function smoothly.
Educational Resources are of three types:
Human Resources- The School Head, teachers, the non-teaching staff (office and support staff), the pupils, the community, the supervisory staff, and other officers and functionaries of the education department constitute the human resources for any school.
Physical Resources- The physical resources of a school include the entire infrastructure- the school plant, the buildings, classrooms, office, furniture, library, books, laboratories, toilets, water hut, equipment, teaching aids, electronic appliances, play materials, playgrounds, garden, etc.
Financial Resources- It includes the finances that are required to meet the expenditure on staff salaries purchase of materials, repairs of equipment and fixtures, payment of electricity, telephone or other bills or the income generated from students' fees, donations. etc. All these aspects of school accounts - income and expenditure - fall under the category of financial resources.
From the above, it is clear that the Library, Laboratory, Garden, and Playground are educational resources are available at the school level.