This new profile series examines out of school estimates for children ages 7 to 14. The profiles employ household survey data to examine school non-participation at the international, national, and subnational level.
EPDC analyzes the extent to which 'child vulnerability' indicators identified by the government of Tanzania are associated with lower educational access, and what additional indicators predict educational vulnerability.
Welcome to FHI 360 Education Policy and Data Center (EPDC)
EPDC, a research and analysis unit withinFHI 360’s Global Learning Group, serves as a resource for education policy makers and the development community, providing a wealth of education data at national and subnational levels, dynamic data visualization, ready-made resources such as country education profiles, and in-depth research on issues and challenges facing education in developing countries.
A comparison of data from an administrative source and household survey data for Kenya yields unexpected results. Read more
Learn about how the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) makes school levels comparable across countries. Read More
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EPDC provides global education data, tools for data visualization, and policy-oriented analysis aimed at improving schools and learning in developing countries.
Education Policy and Data Center
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Washington, DC 20009-5721
Phone: (202) 884-8246