India, School enrolment, Rural students
The Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) survey is a household-based survey of school-aged children in all rural districts in India. It is the only annual survey that yields data on children’s basic learning levels in this country. It evolved out of the work of a non-governmental organisation called Pratham. The ASER survey aims to obtain reliable, district-level estimates of the status of rural children’s school enrolment and skills in reading and arithmetic, and to measure the change in these estimates over time.
Australian Council for Educational Research. (2014, March). The Annual Status of Education Report survey: Monitoring learning levels of children in rural India. Assessment Gems n 1. Melbourne: Australian Council for Educational Research.
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Australian Council for Educational Research