Increasing School Quantity versus Quality in a Less-Developed Country : Impact on Children form Low- and High-Income Households
A common dilemma facing educational planners engaged in educational reform in developing countries is the allocation of sharply-reduced resources to the expansion of school facilities versus improvement of existing school facilities. The empirical results presented in this paper for Kenya suggest that the two interventions have diametrically opposite effects on poor and nonpoor children.
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