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Gender inequalities in primary schooling: The roles of poverty and adverse cultural practice
C Colclough, P Rose, M Tembon
International Journal of Educational Development 20 (1), 5-27, 2000
5562000
Education for all global monitoring report
Unesco
unesco, 2003
406*2003
Can free primary education meet the needs of the poor?: evidence from Malawi
E Kadzamira, P Rose
International Journal of Educational Development 23 (5), 501-516, 2003
361*2003
Achieving Schooling for All in Africa: Costs, Commitment and Gender
C Colclough, S Al-Samarrai, P Rose, M Tembon
Aldershot, Ashgate, 2003
233*2003
Global Monitoring Report: Reaching the Marginalized
EFA Unesco
Paris/Oxford: UNESCO/Oxford University Press, 2010
228*2010
The Hidden Crisis: Armed Conflict and Education;[Education for All (Efa) Global Monitoring Report 2011].
Unesco
UNESCo Publishing, 2011
211*2011
The role and impact of private schools in developing countries: a rigorous review of the evidence
L Day Ashley, C Mcloughlin, M Aslam, J Engel, J Wales, S Rawal, ...
Education Rigorous Literature Review, Department for International Development, 2014
204*2014
Community participation in school policy and practice in Malawi: Balancing local knowledge, national policies and international agency priorities
P Rose
Compare: A journal of comparative and international education 33 (1), 47-64, 2003
1922003
Household constraints on schooling by gender: Empirical evidence from Ethiopia
P Rose, S Al-Samarrai
Comparative Education Review 45 (1), 36-63, 2001
175*2001
Education in fragile states: capturing lessons and identifying good practice
P Rose, M Greeley
Prepared for the DAC Fragile States Group Service Delivery Workstream Sub …, 2006
1722006
Overcoming inequality: Why governance matters
Education for All, Unesco
Oxford University Press, 2009
150*2009
Youth and skills: Putting education to work
Unesco
UNESCO Publ., 2012
144*2012
NGO provision of basic education: alternative or complementary service delivery to support access to the excluded?
P Rose
Compare 39 (2), 219-233, 2009
1412009
Support for democracy in Malawi: Does schooling matter?
G Evans, P Rose
World Development 35 (5), 904-919, 2007
1122007
ANALYSING COLLABORATION BETWEEN NON‐GOVERNMENTAL SERVICE PROVIDERS AND GOVERNMENTS
R Batley, P Rose
Public Administration and Development 31 (4), 230-239, 2011
1092011
From the Washington to the Post-Washington Consensus: the influence of international agendas on education policy and practice in Malawi
P Rose
Globalisation, Societies and Education 1 (1), 67-86, 2003
1082003
Decentralisation for educational development? An editorial introduction
C Dyer, P Rose
Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education 35 (2), 105-113, 2005
942005
Chronic poverty and education: A review of the literature (Working Paper No. 131)
P Rose, C Dyer
Manchester: Chronic Poverty Research Centre, University of Manchester, 2008
87*2008
Nigeria: study of non-state providers of basic services
G Larbi, M Adelabu, P Rose, D Jawara, O Nwaorgu, S Vyas
Birmingham, UK: International Development Department, 2004
83*2004
Education and the post-Washington consensus
B Fine, P Rose
Development Policy in the Twenty-first Century: beyond the post-Washington …, 2003
83*2003
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