Need for systemic reform in education: Ensuring poorest children are not short-changed!
While India has seen a rapid expansion in both elementary and secondary education, there has indisputably been a shift towards private schooling with a large number of families choosing this in preference to government schools. The recent growth in the private sector has resulted in boys and children from wealthier and more socially advantaged households being more likely than others to attend private schools. Young Lives research highlights serious equity concerns with children having very d...Expand abstract
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