Amita Chudgar is an associate professor at Michigan State University’s College of Education. Her long-term interests as a scholar focus on ensuring that children and adults in resource-constrained environments have equal access to high-quality learning opportunities irrespective of their backgrounds. Her recent publications include Teacher distribution in developing countries: Teachers of marginalized students in India, Mexico, and Tanzania, published by Palgrave Macmillan (2016, with Thomas F. Luschei) and “How are private school enrolment patterns changing across Indian districts with a growth in private school availability?” in the Oxford Review of Education (2016, with Benjamin Creed).
Thomas F. Luschei is an associate professor in the School of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate University. His research uses an international and comparative perspective to study the impact and availability of educational resources—particularly high-quality teachers—among economically disadvantaged children. His recent publications include Teacher distribution in developing countries: Teachers of marginalized students in India, Mexico, and Tanzania, published by Palgrave Macmillan (2016, with Amita Chudgar) and “A vanishing rural school advantage? Changing urban/rural student achievement differences in Latin America and the Caribbean,” in the Comparative Education Review (2016, with Loris P. Fagioli).
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