Yes,the U.S. can learn from India's impressive economic growth.The U.S. can look at the way that India conducts its educational business.In India students are expected to perform on high levels where in the U.S. students are free to pick and choose as they see fit.The problem with this approach is that students tend to go astray and are not assured that will graduation the problem will improve.
It is always possible to learn something from other nations. The United States could observe and learn from India's economic growth to see what did and did not work for them, and how those things could be applied to the United States to help improve our economy, if possible. It may provide ideas.
The United States can learn a lot from India and China's explosive economic growth. The United States has been too bogged down in things like political scandals, abortion, gay rights and religious conservatism to be much help in terms of real change for economic benefits. The United States needs to do a lot more in shorter amounts of time in order to make he quality of life better for Americans.
The United States and India have very different economic systems and very different demographics, India is a rapidly rising Country with a very large population that is booming because of exports while the United States is a aging Country with an economy that is stuck with minimal growth and is heavily in debt.
I do not think there is anything to learn from India's economic growth. One thing people have to realize about India is that a huge portion of their population lives in poverty levels that are unseen in the United States and other Western countries. A lot of their economic growth is due to being able to take advantage of their cheap labor force.