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New Blog: Can Non-State Schools Provide Key Educational Services in Times of Crisis and Conflict?

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In a new blog post, Robert Francis (R4D), Mark Roland (R4D), and Suezan Lee (USAID) argue that during crisis and conflict, affordable non-state schools (ANSS) often continue to operate, “given their adaptability and close ties to communities.” While such schools are attractive to parents and children, questions about equity, accessibility, and quality remain relevant. 
 
Drawing on a variety of sources, including existing literature and case studies in El Salvador and Kaduna State, Nigeria, a recent study by R4D and ECCN, the authors conclude that ANSS “play a significant role in conflict-affected countries,” but they do not offer a cure-all.
 
Read the entire blog post and find out more about the research.

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