Do crowded classrooms crowd out learning?
AbstractThe concern that learning performance may be adversely affected by increased class size appears to be unfounded. But unchecked, the negative peer effect could hinder student achievement.
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Education Bangladesh ; School children Food ; Nutrition programs ; Food aid ;
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