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Oxford students undertake research to improve educational services in India

The project is focused on the K-12 Government education system in Haryana, India.

Representative image (Photo by Kimberly Farmer / Unsplash)

Students from the University of Oxford's Blavatnik School of Government and Saïd Business School, have undertaken a year-long research project aimed at improving the quality of educational services in public schools in India.

Part of the Oxford Reach Alliance team, the students are focused on the K-12 (kindergarten to 12th grade) government education system in Haryana, India, covering over 2,200,000 students across 15,000 schools with a faculty of over 100,000 teachers.

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