RISE Annual Conference 2018
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RISE is a large scale, multi-country research programme developed to answer the question: “How can education systems be reformed to deliver better learning for all?” The RISE Programme Annual Conferences bring together high-profile academics and policy makers for two days of…

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Because primary education is often conceptualized as a pro-poor redistributive policy, a common political economy argument is that democratization leads to…

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We use literacy data available in the Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) for 129 survey rounds, across 54 countries, to estimate the impact of female…

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Why do some governments provide more public goods than others? Focusing on the case of public education, this article is motivated by the puzzle that…

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Public-sector unions are generally thought to increase the size of government through collective bargaining. This article challenges this idea for the case…

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What Does Low Learning Really Feel Like?
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Source: Luis Crouch, using data from EGRA learning assessments and other publications, and taking a stylized average across sets of countries.

 

Using timed learning…

What Does Low Learning Really Feel Like?
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Luis Crouch illustrates what a lack of fluency means in real time to push "actors" into action.

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