School Exclusion as Social Exclusion: The Practices And Effects of Conditional Cash Transfer Programme for the Poor in Bangladesh
AbstractThis paper explores the efforts of government to interrupt the intergenerational transmission of poverty. It focuses on the practices and effects of the Primary Education Stipend Programme, a conditional cash transfer designed to attract the rural poor into school. It documents how the objects of policy â€“ rural poor children and parents - are â€˜seenâ€™ by the state, and the sightings of the state they in turn receive. It also analyses the tools and technologies of the intervention, focusing on its targeting practices.
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poverty; school; Bangladesh; rural; poor children; education; education stipend; stipend; cash transfer; cash; parents; state; tools; technologies; primay education;
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