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Paying the Price of Imperfect Information

Poor quality and inaccessible information about school performance is preventing parents and governments from making good choices about different schooling options

Private education is a high stakes investment for both parents and governments
All over the world parents are making decisive schooling choices for their children. In South Africa, for example, a 2013 study of over 1,400 primary age children from Soweto, near Johannesburg, found that only 18 percent are attending the school closest to their home. This study, together with the growing number of private schools in South Africa, shows that parents are choosing to make substantial financial investments read more >>>

Source:: HuffingtonPost.Com


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