The impact of the no-fee school policy on enrolment and school performance: Evidence from NIDS Waves 1-3
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Keywordsno-fee school policy; Post-apartheid education; National Income Dynamics Study; South Africa;
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- NEP-EDU-2017-04-16 (Education)
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