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Right to Education Forum (RTE Forum) is a platform of national education networks, teachers' unions, peoples’ movements and prominent educationists with a combined strength of 10,000 NGOs from all over India. Its members include, among other, CACL, CRY, NAFRE, NCE, Oxfam India, PCCSS, Plan-India, Save the Children, UNICEF, Voluntary Forum for Education, SCORE-UP, Uttarakhand RTE Forum, Jharkhand RTE Forum, Delhi RTE Forum, Odisha RTE Forum, West Bengal RTE Forum, RTE Forum-AP, Rajasthan State Consortium, TN & Pondicherry RTE Forum, People'...
Consultation by RTE Forum on the issue of Multi-lingual Education in Odissa in September, 2014 - Date (TBD)
Teachers' Convention to be organised by RTE Forum, SARD and Delhi Prathmik Shikshak Sangh on the issue of ''Role of Teachers in School Development'' - 8th October, 2014 at IIC, New Delhi
2 Day National Convention on Education Financing organised by RTE Forum in collaboration with CBGA in Delhi at IIC on 30-31 Oct, 2014
The Right to Education Act 2009 was a historic step in the education scenario of the country.
Rahul Gandhi's Amethi Worst Performer in RTE Norms
March 17, 2014: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi may be promising employment to youth, but education standards at grassroots level in his...
92 per cent Schools Do Not Comply with RTE Norms: Report
March 13, 2014: 92 per cent schools have failed to comply with the Right to Education (RTE) norms despite the deadline to implement the norms coming...