Can Private Schools Subsidies Increase Schooling for the Poor ? : The Quetta Urban Fellowship Program

@inproceedings{Kim1998CanPS,
  title={Can Private Schools Subsidies Increase Schooling for the Poor ? : The Quetta Urban Fellowship Program},
  author={J E Kim and Harold Alderman and Peter F. Orazem},
  year={1998}
}
Private schooling often postulated to improve school quality may also prove to be a means to leverage public funds in order to provide access to schooling at rates faster than possible with public funds alone. This study measures the success of such an effort to stimulate girls' schooling through the creation of private girls’ schools in poor urban neighborhoods of Quetta, Pakistan. The impact evaluation, which employs on an experimental design, indicates that the program increased girls… CONTINUE READING

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