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The Right to Education Bill, 2005

Department of Education DoE

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Abstract: It is also imperative to improve the present delivery system of elementary education by, inter alia, greater decentralization of its management, and making it sensitive to the needs of children, especially of those belonging to disadvantaged groups.

Keywords: education; right to education; decentralisation; disadvantaged groups; Rights (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2006-01
Note: Policy Matters
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