Anurag Kundu, Member Delhi Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) has issued notice to 151 private schools for not having the mandatory special educators to ensure quality education to all including children with special needs. The notice states that not having special educator in schools is in violation of provisions made for the Right to Education Act and the CBSE affiliation bylaws vide its circular issued in 2015.  

The schools have been directed to either certify having one within 15 days or appoit same within 6 weeks; failing which the DCPCR may recommend disaffiliation of the school to the board. 

Source: Time of India