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UNICEF India - Right to Education

UNICEF India - Right to Education

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Published by H.J.Prabhu
Approach to Universal Elementary Edu in India in future.
Approach to Universal Elementary Edu in India in future.

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Published by: H.J.Prabhu on May 05, 2013
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The landmark passing of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act 2009 marks a historic moment for the children of India. For the first time in India’s history, children will be guaranteed their right to quality elementary education by the state with the help of families and communities. Few countries in the world have such a national provision to ensure child-centered, child-friendly education to help all children develop to their fullest potential. There were an estimated eight million six to 14 year-olds in India outof-school in 2009. The world cannot reach its goal to have every child complete primary school by 2015 without India.

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