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Private schools in at least two districts of the city haven’t been paid a single penny as reimbursement for admitting students from the economically weaker section/disadvantaged.

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RTE reimbursements elude many private schools
15/10/2019 | Times of India

Private schools in at least two districts of the city haven’t been paid a single penny as reimbursement for admitting students from the economically weaker section/disadvantaged.

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As per the reports by the NGO Indus Action has said that Tamil Nadu spent Rs 25,000- 33,000 for different classes, while Delhi spent Rs 26,908 on a primary student and Rs 26,708 for a student in the upper primary classes. Madhya Pradesh’s spending was lowest at Rs 4,419.

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Right to Education Act Report: Delhi and Tamil Nadu spent the highest amount per child
09/10/2019 | The Hans India

As per the reports by the NGO Indus Action has said that Tamil Nadu spent Rs 25,000- 33,000 for different classes, while Delhi spent Rs 26,908 on a primary student and Rs 26,708 for a student in the upper primary classes. Madhya Pradesh’s spending was lowest at Rs 4,419.

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Delhi and Tamil Nadu spent the highest amount per child per year to ensure the underprivileged got to study in private schools under the Right to Education Act. In a report titled The Bright Spots, NGO Indus Action said that Tamil Nadu spent Rs 25,000- 33,000 for the purpose for different classes,

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Delhi is among top 2 in average spend per child under RTE
09/10/2019 | Times of India

Delhi and Tamil Nadu spent the highest amount per child per year to ensure the underprivileged got to study in private schools under the Right to Education Act. In a report titled The Bright Spots, NGO Indus Action said that Tamil Nadu spent Rs 25,000- 33,000 for the purpose for different classes,

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It’s the ambition of every parent to send their children to “a good school”. For many it remains the most effective means of climbing up the social and economic ladder. It’s a mark of prestige and possible prosperity for parents to witness their children studying in some of the most reputed schools in the country…

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While Many Want Stronger Affirmative Action, the Education Policy Threatens to Dissolve It
08/07/2019 | The Citizen

It’s the ambition of every parent to send their children to “a good school”. For many it remains the most effective means of climbing up the social and economic ladder. It’s a mark of prestige and possible prosperity for parents to witness their children studying in some of the most reputed schools in the country…

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Education, social mobility, and the RTE policy
21/06/2019 | India Development Review

On 31st May, 2019, the draft National Education Policy (NEP) developed by a committee chaired by K. Kasturirangan, was shared by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). The policy is open for public comments and review till 30th June, 2019. Amongst other things, it has suggested a comprehensive review of the RTE policy, including Section 12.1.c, which promotes diversity in private unaided schools…

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Education, social mobility, and the RTE policy
21/06/2019 | India Development Review

On 31st May, 2019, the draft National Education Policy (NEP) developed by a committee chaired by K. Kasturirangan, was shared by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). The policy is open for public comments and review till 30th June, 2019. Amongst other things, it has suggested a comprehensive review of the RTE policy, including Section 12.1.c, which promotes diversity in private unaided schools…

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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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