Choice and cost: The role of household decision making and spending on secondary education in rural Bihar
- 15 September, 2014
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This project attempts to understand the educational choices that households make and expenditures they undertake for children going from upper primary school to secondary school in Bihar. It is designed to capture household choices on education and money they spent; understand the magnitude of private tuition; the costs associated with private tuition; and tuition practices and tutor background.
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