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The Right to Education Act, discussed in the online article, required that all children in which country attend school? A. India B. Cambodia C. Burma (Myanmar) D. Indonesia
The Right to Education Act, discussed in the online article, required that all children in India.
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The Right to Education Act, discussed in the online article, required that all children in India.
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