School Choice in Bangladesh

Published on 30 June 2008

This report presents findings from a study of School Choice in Bangladesh, conducted in four districts of Bangladesh in 2008. The objective of the study was to analyse household choices around basic education by exploring conditions of school supply; preferences and aspirations around education; and schooling decisions and experiences, including the economic, social and political outcomes from education. The research was designed to take into account the impacts of gender, poverty, economic opportunity, religiosity, and human security as factors likely to affect decisions around educational investment.


Naomi Hossain

Research Fellow

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