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It was at his Master’s program at Harvard Kennedy School during which Tarun Cherukuri spent considerable time reading about the Right to Education (RTE).

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He wants to shape public policy Directly
17/11/2019 | India Today

It was at his Master’s program at Harvard Kennedy School during which Tarun Cherukuri spent considerable time reading about the Right to Education (RTE).

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The Right to Education (RTE) Act transformed Indian education in many ways and new research shows that RTE expanded the school choices of disadvantaged households by giving them better access to private schools.

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Indus Action: Helping disadvantaged families get benefits of RTE
18/11/2019 | Deccan Chronicle

The Right to Education (RTE) Act transformed Indian education in many ways and new research shows that RTE expanded the school choices of disadvantaged households by giving them better access to private schools.

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Indus Action, an organization solving barriers in policy implementation to bridge the gap and enable sustainable access to legislated rights for disadvantaged families, released in its report that Delhi spent the highest amount per child per year to ensure that underprivileged got to study in private schools under Right to Education Act. This is part of their annual Bright Spots Report 2019 which was released during the three-day Sustain Develop Grow event held in New Delhi.

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Delhi tops in average spend per child with Rs. 26,800 under RTE: Indus Action
31/10/2019 | India Education Diary

Indus Action, an organization solving barriers in policy implementation to bridge the gap and enable sustainable access to legislated rights for disadvantaged families, released in its report that Delhi spent the highest amount per child per year to ensure that underprivileged got to study in private schools under Right to Education Act. This is part of their annual Bright Spots Report 2019 which was released during the three-day Sustain Develop Grow event held in New Delhi.

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This is part of their annual Bright Spots Report 2019 which was released during the three-day Sustain Develop Grow event held in New Delhi. In its effort to create inclusive education, Indus Action is working towards providing disadvantaged communities to get access to legislated rights especially the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act 2009.

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Releases Bright Spots Report 2019 on the status of Social Inclusion through Right to Education (RTE) Act
09/10/2019 | Daily Hunt

This is part of their annual Bright Spots Report 2019 which was released during the three-day Sustain Develop Grow event held in New Delhi. In its effort to create inclusive education, Indus Action is working towards providing disadvantaged communities to get access to legislated rights especially the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act 2009.

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In its effort to create inclusive education, Indus Action is working towards providing disadvantaged communities to get access to legislated rights especially the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act 2009. This is part of their annual Bright Spots Report 2019 which was released during the three-day Sustain Develop Grow event held in New Delhi.

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CSR and Education: Indus Action aims to enrol 10 lakh students in private schools by 2020
09/10/2019 | India CSR

In its effort to create inclusive education, Indus Action is working towards providing disadvantaged communities to get access to legislated rights especially the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act 2009. This is part of their annual Bright Spots Report 2019 which was released during the three-day Sustain Develop Grow event held in New Delhi.

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Featured Event:

Sustain. Develop. Grow.

Indus Action’s flagship annual conference – Sustain, Develop and Grow (SDG) from 4-5 October in New Delhi. Our focus for the 2019 edition will be on the most vulnerable as well as the most critical citizens – The first 3000 days of a child.

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