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Philanthropic and religious schools: what we know – and don’t know – about their impact in developing countries

Authors Joseph Wales, Dr. Monazza Aslam, Sébastien Hine, Dr. Shenila Rawal, Leni Wild, Professor Richard Batley, Dr. Laura Day Ashley, Claire Mcloughlin, Susan Nicolai and Professor Pauline Rose While much of the international debate on non-state education has focused on the expansion of low fee private schools, less policy attention has been paid to other […]

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Future directions in Disability and Education

Future directions in Disability and Education: Rights, Resources and Research

As political leaders and civil society gather at the Oslo Education and Development Summit, people with disabilities, advocates, and researchers will be watching closely. How will leaders at the Summit take forward promises made at the World Education Forum in Incheon, South Korea in May, notably to focus ‘efforts on the most disadvantaged, especially those […]

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What we know – and don’t know – about the impact of private schooling in developing countries

What we know – and don’t know – about the impact of private schooling in developing countries

by Dr. Laura Day Ashley, Claire Mcloughlin, Dr. Monazza Aslam, Jakob Engel, Joseph Wales, Dr. Shenila Rawal, Professor Richard Batley, Professor Geeta Kingdon, Susan Nicolai, Professor Pauline Rose With the recent surge of research and policy interest in private schools educating disadvantaged children in developing countries, we were commissioned by DFID to undertake a rigorous […]

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