Quality Education for All: Are Low-Cost Private Schools the Answer?
Millions of children around the world are either out of school or denied access to quality education.
Private entrepreneurs and not-for-profit organizations have launched low-cost private schools with a promise to offer high-quality education through accountable institutions to some of the poorest families.
Four leading experts share their insights and examine the on-the-ground impact of this phenomenon.
The Impact of Low Cost Private Schools
In recent years there has been growing interest from donors in supporting low cost private...
Low-Fee Private Schools and International Aid
Introduction Over the last decade or more there has been a considerable increase in...
Why Private investors, Governments, and Aid Agencies Should Rethink Their Strategies
Dr. Prachi Srivastava, Associate Professor, School of International Development and Global Studies, University of Ottawa...
Making Education Attainable for All: Why Bangladesh Needs Low-cost, Private Schools
In 2012, over two hundred thousand students applied for admission to the prestigious Dhaka University. ...
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