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Learning from previous research: the impact of schooling, learning, and parental involvement on educational outcomes

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This blog entry is part of a series that highlights insights from research for development policies and practices, supported by the Knowledge for Change Program (KCP). 

Read More: https://blogs.worldbank.org/developmenttalk/learning-previous-research-impact-schooling-learning-and-parental-involvement

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