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International Development and Educating the Poor – by Pauline Dixon

IEA Think Conference July 2015, Royal Geological Society, London.

Professor Dixon at THINK IEA conference

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The Economist – The $1-a-week school

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Handbook of International Development and Education

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TEDx Newcastle

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Africa’s got Talent

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Rejoinder to Private Schools Rigorous Review Team

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Follow the full Debate on Private Schools in the Developing World

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The state-only education solution is a nice idea that just doesn’t work in reality

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Read the Response to the DFID commissioned Rigorous Literature Review

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Ideas for an Incoming Government

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The staggering cost of public education in India by Lant Pritchett and Yamini Aiyar

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James Tooley’s interview with Bryan Callum.

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Pauline Dixon wins prestigious award in South Africa

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Are education vouchers the best solution for overseas aid to schools?

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What Affordable Private Schools Teach Us About Social Enterprise, Hila Mehr

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James Tooley: How the World’s Poor Get a Good Education from Markets (podcast)

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The Bottom Line – The Business of Education

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School in the Cloud by Sugata Mitra wins $1 million TED Prize!!!!!!!!!!!

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The Relative Quality of Private and Public Schools for Low-income Families Living in Slums of Nairobi, Kenya

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Jacob Matthan champions The Beautiful Tree

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Inclusive business models in education

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New book by Pauline Dixon out soon

Education for all: a polycentric approach

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Millennium Development Goals and Schooling for the Poor

Affordable Learning

Affordable Learning

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A Case Study of Private Schools in Kibera: An Update

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The fortune at the bottom of the pyramid in education

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Omega Schools, Ghana

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Why the Denial? Pauline Dixon

Poor Economics

James Tooley challenges Poor Economics

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Children and the Internet – A Preliminary Study in Uruguay

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PERI Global Interview with James Tooley (5 mins)

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