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Why the Denial? Low-Cost Private Schools in Developing Countries and Their Contributions to Education

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  • Pauline Dixon
Keywords Private schools, development, international aid, choice, UNESCO
Volume Number 9
Issue Number 3
Pages 186-209
File URL Why the Denial? Low-Cost Private Schools in Developing Countries and Their Contributions to Education
Publication year 2012

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