Worldwide, keeping children in formal school and out of working situations has been one the most successful strategies for ending child labor. Under the program, World Education has created scholarship programs and Parent Teacher Associations to enable even the poorest children to receive a formal education. This status report focuses on scholarship support programs and successful approaches for reintegrating working children into school. The booklet also includes lessons learned and best practices for coaching classes, mobilizing parents, improving governance, planning curricula, financing schools, and building teacher capacity. Part of a series of thematic strategies reports that combine with a series of status reports to comprise the final report funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Formal Education to Address Child Labor in Nepal: Strategies Report