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The School Choice Campaign (SCC) organises an open forum discussion on teacher’s professionalism and performance, to discuss critical issues of cultural sensitivities of para-teachers, their cost-effectiveness and role within the RTE landscape.
Centre for Civil Society organises Policy Roundtables for Members of Parliament on the RTE to discuss and debate the Model Rules as per the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009 (RTE Act). This discussion is aimed at providing timely and much needed feedback to the Union Government, which in turn will help State Governments in developing their rules on innovative ideas on the implementation of the Act.
The School Choice Campaign (SCC) organises an open forum discussion on the 25% Reservation Clause under the Right to Education Act (RTE) to discuss critical questions on the concept of reservation, and the definition of weaker and disadvantaged sections, selection of beneficiaries, admission criteria and process, mechanisms for reimbursements, monitoring of the project were the highlights of the discussion.
The second annual School Choice National Conference brings together expert educationists, academicians and policymakers to discuss the implementation of key provisions of the Right to Education Act (RTE 2008) and their potential impact on the future of Indian elementary education. Participants will express their issues, share experiences and formulate a collective plan to advocate for reforms with the government.
The School Choice Campaign brings together three experts, Mr Vijay Thadani, CEO, NIIT Ltd and Chairman of CII National Committee on Education, Ms Rashmi Krishnan, Additional Director, Directorate of Education (Delhi) and Director, SCERT and Mr Oscar Fernandes, Senior Leader, Indian National Congress and Chairman of the Standing Committee on Human Resource Development to discuss the assessment of the nation’s preparedness for the Challenges Facing India’s Education Section.