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POLICY BRIEF Key Findings from the Study Inside Primary Schools: Teaching and Learning in Rural India

Documents
2011
Global
Supported by UNICEF and UNESCO, this longitudinal study tracked 30,000 rural children studying in Std 2 and Std 4 in 900 schools spread over five states (Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, and Rajasthan). These children, their classes, schools and families were tracked over a period of 15 months (2009–2010) in order to take a comprehensive look at the factors in the school, in the classroom and in the family that correlate with children’s learning outcomes. This policy brief summarizes major findings from the study. The research provides important inputs for action as states begin to implement the Right to Education Act.
POLICY BRIEF Key Findings from the Study Inside Primary Schools: Teaching and Learning in Rural India
Documents
2011
ASER India
Planning
English
Unspecified
Global
POLICY BRIEF Key Findings from the Study Inside Primary Schools: Teaching and Learning in Rural India
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