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Educating All the Children: Strategies for Primary Schooling in the South

by Christopher Colclough

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This study focuses on the problem of universalizing primary schooling in the developing world. In examining why this has not yet been achieved, the authors show that the educational and financial policies pursued by governments have critical importance, rather more than the overall resources available to them. The book explores how schooling for all could be achieved, drawing lessons from "successful" country cases, and modeling the cost of resource implications of conditions for each country separately.

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