Analyzing the Market for Shadow Education in Pakistan: Does Private Tuition Affect the Learning Gap between Private and Public Schools?
Bisma Haseeb Khan; Sahar Amjad Shaikh;
Journal: Lahore Journal of Economics,volume 18,issue Special Edition September,pages129-160
Subject: Public versus private education, education quality, tutoring, Pakistan.
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Over the past decade, Pakistan has seen the rapid growth of a third sector in education: shadow education. According to the Annual Survey of Education Report (2013), 34 percent of private school students and 17 percent of public school students undertake private tuition... View more
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