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Low-cost private schooling in the developing world context: new evidence

In the past decades, there has been a significant increase in the share of pupils attending private schools throughout the developing world. Many of these schools are profit-making, in stark contrast to the private schools that exist in most developed countries.

Make the Rich Pay for University: Changing Patterns of Returns to Schooling

At a time when students, parents and governments are looking with concern at ever increasing levels of student loan debt, the returns to schooling seem to be declining, on average, at least slightly. The value one gets from an education, in terms of future earnings, has been decreasing over time.

Free school choice effects on HE attainment, employment, earnings, and social outcomes in adulthood

Most research on in the economics of education has focused on educational outcomes, especially test scores. In the past decade, however, a growing literature has begun to analyse the impact on overall well being later in life.

The evolution of charter school quality

Ever since charter schools were first introduced in the American education landscape in the early 1990s, they have been extremely controversial.

Apprenticeship success?

Apprenticeships are widely seen as key to rebalancing the economy and tackling youth unemployment, but over many years successive governments have failed to engage sufficient interest from employers to meet demand.


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