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Briefing Paper

Raising Learning Outcomes in Diverse Indian Contexts

Published on 5 December 2019

This policy brief shows that improving learning outcomes in diverse Indian contexts requires a rethinking of educational strategies. While improvements in physical access to schools are welcome, improving learning outcomes requires different stakeholders to strengthen their role and adapt teaching content and methods to local contexts. The paper highlights the key messages and policy implications from seven projects from the ESRC-DFID Raising Learning Outcomes in Education Systems Research Programme. The research evidence provides valuable new insights to inform the Indian government’s efforts to ensure that all children benefit from quality education.

This paper highlights the key messages and policy implications from seven ESRC-DFID-funded RLO projects. The studies provide valuable new evidence to inform the Indian government’s efforts to ensure that all children benefit from quality education.

Authors

Anuradha De

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published by
REAL Centre, University of Cambridge, and The Impact Initiative
language
English

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Research themes
Inequalities and Poverty
Region
India

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