When schools in the developing world get toilets, students do better, finds Asst. Prof. Anjali Adukia

How would your school days have been different without access to a toilet? In India, as in many parts of the world, that's the status quo. But now it's changing, and the results are promising. In the newest episode of Radio Harris, we hear from Chicago Harris Assistant Professor Anjali Adukia, who has studied the influence of sanitation facilities on student performance in India. Tune in to hear who benefits most from latrines, why sanitation is catching on in the developing world—and how an ambitious monkey almost ruined Adukia's research.

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