The case of private schools for the poor in India

01 de enero de 2002   | Vistas: 5077
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There are many private schools for the poor throughout India. Even though they charge students only $20 a year, they are looked upon disdainfully as business organizations. The students in these schools, however, study the arts and sciences and even participate in P.E. classes—opportunities that are not to be found in the majority of government schools. These private schools clearly benefit the children that enroll in them, nevertheless, their resources are limited and they need more support.


James Tooley is the director of the E.G. West Centre and professor of education policy at Newcastle University. Tooley's work…


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