Some families do not believe that girls should study or believe that girls should not continue school beyond a certain age. Many neighborhoods are education deserts for poor families. These include poverty, child labor, gender discrimination and harmful social norms, and insecurity and dangers on the way to school. Research on educational outcomes for different types of educational institutions suggests that when you control for the differences in intake characteristics of students between government and private schools, their outcomes are in terms of testing achievement are similar. Some experts pointed to growing acceptance that girls should study. Basma, 12, was moved by her parents from government school to private school, even though they struggled to afford private fees, in part because of fighting in the government school between Hindu and Muslim students. Just the fear of harassment sometimes leads to families keeping girls home. Noor said the frequent moves happened because the family wanted to live in the village but were repeatedly forced back to the city by lack of work in the village. Some interviews were conducted in the offices of community-based organizations or at schools.
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