India: Marginalized Children Denied Education

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In India, children of lower castes and tribal minorities still struggle to get equal access to education. Despite the enactment of an ambition law guaranteeing free schooling to every child ages 6 to 14, children from marginalized communities in rural areas are often ignored by their teachers.

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