Professor Pauline Dixon
Professor Pauline Dixon
Professor international development and education
Verified email at ncl.ac.uk
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Impact of garden-based learning on academic outcomes in schools: Synthesis of research between 1990 and 2010
DR Williams, PS Dixon
Review of Educational Research 83 (2), 211-235, 2013
2612013
‘De facto’privatisation of education and the poor: implications of a study from sub‐Saharan Africa and India
J Tooley, P Dixon
Compare 36 (4), 443-462, 2006
2452006
Private education is good for the poor: A study of private schools serving the poor in low-income countries
J Tooley, P Dixon
Cato Institute, 2005
1882005
Private schools for the poor: A case study from India
J Tooley, P Dixon
Reading, UK: Centre for British Teachers, 2003
1572003
Private schools and the millennium development goal of universal primary education: A census and comparative survey in Hyderabad, India
J Tooley, P Dixon, SV Gomathi
Oxford Review of Education 33 (5), 539-560, 2007
1562007
Impact of free primary education in Kenya: A case study of private schools in Kibera
J Tooley, P Dixon, J Stanfield
Educational Management Administration & Leadership 36 (4), 449-469, 2008
1262008
Private schooling for low-income families: A census and comparative survey in East Delhi, India
J Tooley, P Dixon
International Journal of Educational Development 27 (2), 205-219, 2007
952007
Private and public schooling in low-income areas of Lagos State, Nigeria: A census and comparative survey
J Tooley, P Dixon, O Olaniyan
International Journal of Educational Research 43 (3), 125-146, 2005
932005
Is private education good for the poor
J Tooley, P Dixon
Cato Institute. Washington DC, 2005
802005
Improving English pronunciation: An automated instructional approach
S Mitra, J Tooley, P Inamdar, P Dixon
Information Technologies & International Development 1 (1), pp. 75–84, 2003
782003
School choice and academic performance: Some evidence from developing countries
J Tooley, Y Bao, P Dixon, J Merrifield
Journal of School Choice 5 (1), 1-39, 2011
752011
An inspector calls: the regulation of ‘budget’private schools in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
J Tooley, P Dixon
International Journal of Educational Development 25 (3), 269-285, 2005
722005
The relative quality and cost-effectiveness of private and public schools for low-income families: A case study in a developing country
J Tooley, P Dixon, Y Shamsan, I Schagen
School Effectiveness and School Improvement 21 (2), 117-144, 2010
672010
Private education for low-income families: results from a global research project
J Tooley, P Dixon
Private schooling in less economically developed countries: Asian and …, 2007
642007
The private school revolution in Bihar: Findings from a survey in Patna urban
B Rangaraju, J Tooley, P Dixon
New Delhi, India Institute, 2012
482012
Private and public schooling in Ghana: A census and comparative survey
J Tooley, P Dixon, I Amuah
International review of education 53 (4), 389-415, 2007
452007
Why the denial? Low-cost private schools in developing countries and their contributions to education
P Dixon
Econ Journal Watch 9 (3), 2012
432012
International aid and private schools for the poor: Smiles, miracles and markets
P Dixon
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013
412013
Is there a conflict between commercial gain and concern for the poor? Evidence from private schools for the poor in India and Nigeria
J Tooley, P Dixon
Economic Affairs 25 (2), 20-26, 2005
402005
The impact of free primary education on private schools in Kibera, Kenya: A longitudinal study - four years on
P Dixon, J Tooley
Educational Management Administration and Leadership 40 (6), 690-706, 2012
36*2012
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