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Model Rules for the Right to Education Act

The notification of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 depends on how soon an acceptable formula for sharing the financial burden between the centre and states is worked out and the model rules are drafted. The committee formulating the model rules could learn from states with well developed codes, legislation and rules on school education and should consider incorporating effective provisions into the central model rules. These can thus become the means to facilitate policy transfers across states.

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Model Rules for the Right to Education Act

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