Private Schools for the Poor: A case study from India

James Tooley and Pauline Dixon2003
This case study outlines research investigating the phenomenon of private schools serving low-income families in Hyderabad, India, and suggests the valuable role of the private sector in meeting the educational needs of the poor. In particular, the research set out to explore how an external agency might be able to assist with capacity building in private schools serving the poor.
Low-Cost Private SchoolsInclusive EducationPublic-Private PartnershipsEast Asia and PacificIndiaCase study

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