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Published on Apr 19, 2013
What interventions work best to improve the quantity and quality of education in the developing world? Rachel Glennerster, a contributor to a Special Issue on the Grand Challenges in Science Education, discusses findings from randomized controlled trials about what works to get kids in seats and learning—regardless of their location on the planet.
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