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  1. Does School Privatization Improve Educational Achievement?

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    Does School Privatization Improve Educational Achievement?
    Evidence from Sweden’s Voucher Reform

    This paper evaluates general achievement effects of choice and competition between private
    and public schools at the nine-year school level by assessing a radical voucher reform that
    was implemented in Sweden in 1992. Starting from a situation where the public schools
    essentially were monopolists on all local school markets, the degree of privatization has
    developed very differently across municipalities over time as a result of this reform. We
    estimate the impact of an increase in private enrolment on short, medium and long-term
    educational outcomes of all pupils using within-municipality variation over time, and control
    for differential pre-reform and concurrent municipality trends. We find that an increase in the
    private school share moderately improves short-term educational outcomes such as 9thgrade
    GPA and the fraction of students who choose an academic high school track.
    However, we do not find any impact on medium or long-term educational outcomes such as
    high school GPA, university attainment or years of schooling. We conclude that the first-order
    short-term effect is too small to yield lasting positive effects.

    Anders Böhlmark, SOFI, Stockholm University
    Mikael Lindahl ,Uppsala University, IFAU and IZA

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    Deepshikha
    NUEPA

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  2. An Exploratory Study of the Role of Educational Incentives in Primary Education

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    An Exploratory Study of the Role of Educational Incentives in Primary Education in Gujarat This study explores the role of incentives—monetary or non-monetary compensation offered to children so that an educational need is fulfilled or perceived cost is brought down—in attaining certain expected educational enrolment and retention outcomes. It draws... Comment
  3. Reading

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    READING & ITS IMPORTANCE You all are well aware that READING is the ability of identifying and recognizing printed or written symbols, which help to relate familiar concepts. Being a good reader is always said to be the most important achievement in any one’s life. From the time a child... Comment
  4. Handbook for Parents

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    Handbook for Parents Vishal Jain / Jay Kumar   Education cannot be confined to the four walls of a classroom only. For full growth and all round development of the child, it is a responsibility to be shared equally by the parents and the school. Though a school can do... Comment
  5. PTM Letter – Sample

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    Dear Parents, On behalf of the entire ____________________ SCHOOL family we welcome you to our first Parent Educator Meet of the 2007-08 session. It is an important occasion for us as such parental interaction not only allows us to share the child’s progress with you but also enable us to... Comment
  6. Guidelines for Teachers

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    Guidelines for Teachers : Includes details for … 1. Teachers functional guidelines 2. Maintenence of Discipline 3. Classroom teaching 4. 4.Classroom environment 5. Emergency procedure in case of any physical harm to a child. 6. Reporting to the Head 7. Lesson preparation (diaries etc) 8. Correction work 9. Remedial work 10. Project work 11. Syllabus completion 12. Conducting... 2

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