International Journal of Literacy and Education
2022, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part A
Inclusion of deprived children in recognized private schools of Bihar under the RTE Act 2009Author(s):
Sujeet Kumar and Khagendra KumarAbstract:
The RTE Act 2009 is one of the landmarks in history of Indian education. The main purpose of the act is to provide quality Elementary education to all children between age group of 6-14 years. The implementation of the act is one of the recent research interests in Indian education. The present study has tried to find out the level of inclusion of deprived child in private schools under RTE Act 2009 and problems faced by schools, children and parents regarding this. To find the facts regarding inclusion of deprived children in the schools, 5 teachers, 20 children and 20 parents of the children from each school including with different stakeholders such as Education Officials, Local Bodies Government, NGOs etc have been involved by researcher. The study indicated that RTE children are not able to cope with their classmates in terms of academics. The result of the study revealed that no proper or adequate measures were taken by the government effectively to operationalize the provision of admission of deprived children in private schools under section 12(1)(C) of RTE Act. The major challenges faced by the schools to the parents are the adjustment of the children with others students of the schools, transaction of curriculum and classroom behavioral issue with the children admitted under 25% provision and classroom management.Pages: 01-06 | Views: 255 | Downloads: 120Download Full Article: Click Here
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Sujeet Kumar, Khagendra Kumar. Inclusion of deprived children in recognized private schools of Bihar under the RTE Act 2009. Int J Literacy Educ 2022;2(2):01-06.