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Revisiting inclusion in education

Education as a right requires an inclusive framework covering all eligible children between the ages of six and fourteen. The introduction of a quota for economically and socially disadvantaged children in schools as a policy measure is a step towards attaining this goal. However, it is the implementation and the outcomes which are of interest. Studying them presents an entirely different picture—almost a decade has passed since the central government made education a matter of right that has to be...

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