Legal analysis on the right to education in India

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In 2011 and 2012 JKM undertook research in Mumbai to investigate the right to education and why less than half of children in India between the ages of six and fourteen attend school. The aim of this report was to investigate why so few children benefit from the education system and to establish what can be done to improve this situation. The research was conducted through meetings with educational professionals, visiting a variety of State schools and going into the slum communities to talk to the people who are directly affected by the problem. The findings of these are outlined in this report.


Read the full report here.


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