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Basic Education in Rural Pakistan A Comparative Institutional Analysis of Government, Private and NGO Schools by Shahrukh Rafi Khan
  

Basic Education in Rural Pakistan A Comparative Institutional Analysis of Government, Private and NGO Schools

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Basic Education in Rural Pakistan A Comparative Institutional Analysis of Government, Private and NGO Schools by Shahrukh Rafi Khan

This book aims to suggest ways to make the public sector rural primary schooling more effective. The broader objective is a comparative institutional analysis of government, private and NGO schools. The study identifies processes pushing for improvements in the NGO and private sectors and those resulting in obvious failures in the government sectors. The focus is on operational lesson derived from NGO and private sector delivery to make public sector delivery more effective.

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Publication date

23rd February 2006

Author

Shahrukh Rafi Khan

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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Format

Hardback
195 pages

Categories

Political economy
Development economics & emerging economies
Social research & statistics

ISBN

9780195470024

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