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Policy Research Working Papers
This paper experimentally examines the impacts of a largescale government program that increased the supply and quality of community preschools in rural Cambodia. The construction of new preschool facilities was paired with two demand-side interventions designed to stimulate additional enrollment into preschools. The newly constructed preschools caused an increase in enrollment rates but the demand-side interventions did not. One year after the program started, the paper finds small anddoi:10.1596/1813-9450-9070 fatcat:55iyynzib5d7jiah46nhnzxmxa