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Private schooling in less economically developed countries: Asian and African perspectives

Author: Srivastava, Prachi ; Walford, Geoffrey Series: Oxford studies in comparative education Publisher: Symposium Books, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 214 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1873927851Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Includes bibliographical references


Private Schooling in Less Economically Developed Countries: Asian and African Perspectives Contents CHAPTER 1. Geoffrey Walford and Prachi Srivastava. Examining Private Schooling in Less Economically Developed Countries: key issues and new evidence, 7 CHAPTER 2. James Tooley and Pauline Dixon. Private Education for Low-Income Families: results from a global research project, 15 CHAPTER 3. Keith M. Lewin. The Limits to Growth of Non-government Private Schooling in Sub-Saharan Africa, 41 CHAPTER 4. Pauline Rose and Modupe Adelabu. Private Sector Contributions to Education for All in Nigeria, 67 CHAPTER 5. Igor Kitaev. Education for All and Private Education in Developing and Transitional Countries, 89 CHAPTER 6. Colin Bangay. Cinderella or Ugly Sister? What Role for Non-State Education Provision in Developing Countries?, 111 CHAPTER 7. Santosh Mehrotra and P.R. Panchamukhi. Universalising Elementary Education in India: is the private sector the answer?, 129 CHAPTER 8. Prachi Srivastava. For Philanthropy or Profit? The Management and Operation of Low-Fee Private Schools in India, 153 CHAPTER 9. Martha Caddell. Private Schools and Political Conflict in Nepal, 187 Notes on Contributors, 211

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