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    Bringing learning to light: the role of citizen-led assessments in shifting the education agenda

    Results for Development Institute, 2015
    As governments and donors focused on increasing access to education in the wake of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the issue of learning received comparatively little concerted attention.
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    Costs of basic services in Kerala, 2007: education, health, childbirth and finance (loans)

    Centre for Development Studies, Kerala, India, 2008
    This Working Paper focuses on the pattern and costs of services in four areas, which critically affect most households in Kerala. The major concerns of this Working Paper include answers to questions such as:
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    A wide angle view of learning Evaluation of the CCE and LEP programmes in Haryana, India

    International Initiative for Impact Evaluation, 2015
    Current enrollment rates at the primary school level in India are well over 95 per cent, and dropout rates do not appear to increase dramatically with age - children between the ages of 11 and 14 are only three percentage points more likely to be out of school than children between the ages of 7 and 10.
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    Helpdesk Report: Behaviour change in under 2’s

    Department for International Development, UK, 2010
    This report is on using behaviour change communication to impact positively on caring practices for children under two years of age in India. It has the following sections: Academic Literature Cochrane India specific materials Intrahealth briefs Outside Asia Other
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    Helpdesk Report: Education and fertility in India

    Department for International Development, UK, 2010
    The report has sections on the following areas: Education and fertility Education and fertility in India and the region Economic returns to women’s education in India Education and reproductive health initiatives Adolescent reproductive health programmes  In reviews of regional and global studies:
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    Helpdesk Report: Comparing the performance of private versus public secondary education

    Department for International Development, UK, 2011
    What evidence is there, for India and the region in particular, comparing the learning achievements and relative cost of private versus public secondary education, as indicators of their relative performance?
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    Helpdesk Report: Evidence base for local block grants in Education

    Health and Education Advice and Resource Team, 2013
    This Helpdesk query was asked to provide a literature / evidence review of the effectiveness – or otherwise – of sub-national flexible block grants in education in delivering enrolment, attendance and quality objectives.
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    A wide angle view of learning: evaluation of the CCE and LEP programmes in Haryana

    International Initiative for Impact Evaluation, 2014
    Current enrollment rates at the primary school level in India are well over 95%, and dropout rates do not appear to increase dramatically with age—children between the ages of 11 and 14 are only three percentage points more likely to be out of school than children between the ages of 7 and 10.
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    A much-needed reform that fails the test

    Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi, 2010
    The poor state of higher education in India has been a matter of deep concern for all those who value education and understand its crucial role in the country’s all-round development.
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    Impact of public spending on health and education of children in India: A Panel data simultaneous equation model

    Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, India, 2014
    The basic objective of this study is to examine the impact of public expenditure on health and education after incorporating the linkages between health status of children and their educational achievements in India. The study has developed a simultaneous equation model among health and education of children, and public expenditure on these sectors.

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