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400 girls from underprivileged community in North East Delhi were awarded vouchers worth upto Rs. 3700 per year
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Delhi School Voucher Principals Forums

Two ' Delhi School Voucher Principals Forums ' were organized on 5 February and 10 February 2009 to bring school principals under the umbrella of the School Choice Alliance. The events saw participation from nearly twenty school principals across Central, West and East Delhi.

A presentation on School Choice Campaign (SCC), its ideas and the Delhi Voucher Project First Assessment Report was made by Baladevan R, Associate Director, SCC. Ram N K, Director of Rang De made a presentation on How to use Microfinance to fund Schools and Students. Following the presentation, the floor was thrown open for discussions on topics ranging from the current system of recognition for schools to suggest means to streamline the Delhi Voucher Project.

All participating principals expressed a desire to come together in order to present a collective voice that will bring the concerns of private budget schools to the attention of the Delhi Government. In addition, all principals pledged support for the School Choice Campaign.

Other school principals interested in joining the School Choice Alliance may contact at schoolchoice@ccs.in .

 

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