Professor James Tooley on two years’ unpaid leave from the University, 2015-17.

Challenging flawed research

If low-cost private schools are unaffordable how is it that so many of the poor send their children to them?

Das Magazin Article

Update to the Rigorous Review

International Development and Educating the Poor – by Pauline Dixon

Professor Dixon at THINK IEA conference

The Economist – The $1-a-week school

Handbook of International Development and Education

TEDx Newcastle

Africa’s got Talent

Rejoinder to Private Schools Rigorous Review Team

Follow the full Debate on Private Schools in the Developing World

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

Read the Response to the DFID commissioned Rigorous Literature Review

Ideas for an Incoming Government

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

James Tooley’s interview with Bryan Callum.

What can the American and British education systems learn from classrooms in the developing world?

Two educators, two very different visions, one question: How can tech help us rethink education in the developing world?

Sugata Mitra TED Prize update: Preview the School in the Cloud documentary — and a new web platform for learning

Schools in the cloud. Learning without teachers. It couldn’t happen, could it?

Professor James Tooley: A champion of low-cost schools or a dangerous man?

Pauline Dixon wins prestigious award in South Africa

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Pauline Dixon receives award in South Africa

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

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

Advent of Google means we must rethink our approach to education – by Sugata Mitra

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