This publication brings together case studies from the experience of Save the Children in nine countries, four in Africa, three in Asia, and one each in the Middle East and Latin America. It is a contribution to debates on how to improve the quality of primary education in countries where resources are limited, and where problems of schooling link with issues of poverty and social or political disadvantage.
Educational Paper No. 38, DFID, London, UK, 270 pp.
Towards Responsive Schools Supporting Better Schooling for Disadvantaged Children: case studies from Save the Children