Are we asking the right questions? Moving beyond the state vs non-state providers debate: Reflections and a Case Study from India

2013
Bangay, C.; Latham, M.

This paper reviews the state of the current education system in India, composed of public and private providers. Through the case study of a low fee school network, the paper raises six fundamental questions to understand the current provision and its challenges. The paper provides recommendations to improve learning in the most effective manner using the existing stakeholders.

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