Ensure better schools for all children in Bihar now

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Our demand is simple:

Be true to what you say on paper.


We demand the implementation of the Right to Education Act, 2009, and the State Rules for Bihar, 2011.

Our vision is the fulfillment of the Constitutional obligations to provide each and every child in Bihar free quality education.

We want the children of Bihar to grow up in the true spirit of the Indian Constitution. Equality of opportunity and nationbuilding requires the end of segregation in schools. We want the governmental schools in Bihar to provide quality education; not only for the benefit of the children and parents, but the state and the nation as a whole.

Education is more than literacy. A school is meant as a place where children from diverse backgrounds come together, play together, learn together; where friendships cross barriers that hinder progress of society, where knowledge and values are taught; where children become responsible and active citizens, while also getting the tools and knowledge required to become productive members of the economy to allow India to achieve its full potential.

Our vision is a harmonious society where peace and non-violence is practiced and where segregation becomes part of the past, but not of the present.

For this, quality education must be provided. Education requires resources and manpower (find out about the current status here: https://bihareqeduinitiative.wordpress.com/status-of-education-in-bihar/ ). Our vision are schools that are well equipped and a teacher profession that rediscovers its pride for this noble profession.

Change is possible. Segregation will end. We must only come together to demand this change and persuade those preventing it from happening that personal wealth and gains are having much less value than well educated children.



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