Class Struggle: India's Experiment in Schooling Tests Rich and Poor

The country of India has long suffered from extreme income inequalities, with many poor children growing up with lackluster education. The Right to Education Act, passed in 2009, requires elite private schools to admit 25% low-income or disabled children. The law's success is measured at the Shri Ram School in New Delhi, and some wealthy families are unsatisfied with its inclusiveness.

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