In India, as in other developing nations, parents are voting with their feet and sending their children to low-cost, entrepreneurial "budget" schools. Pauline Dixon's meticulously researched book International Aid and Private Schools for the Poor is both a critique of India's government schools and a guide to these grassroots alternatives. Lisa Snell brings you the details.
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