School choice in low information environments (2018)

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School choice in low information environments

Author: Research Group at Azim Premji

Azim Premji Foundation

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School choice – broadly, the provision and promotion of alternatives to publicly provided schools as the primary path of improving school systems – is a significant element within a market-based approach to school education. Such market-based solutions to school improvement have been shown to not have worked in countries like the United States (Ravitch, 2010, 2013), and more so in school systems already characterised by existing inequities (OECD, 2016: 123-127).

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