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Education Inequality

New data shows education and employment conditions for youth across countries

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By Charles Gale (Research Associate, EPDC)

Armed conflict and education inequality: What do we know?

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Click here for results from EPDC's most recent research findings.

Education and Conflict: Data for Monitoring and Reporting

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Charles Gale, Research Associate

January 2016 Household Survey Data Updates

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Charles Gale, Research Associate

Horizontal Inequalities in Education: Profiles of 16 Countries

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In conjunction with a recent study on the relationship between horizontal education inequality and violent conflict conducted for UNICEF, FHI 360’s Education Policy and Data Center (EPDC) produced 16 Education Inequality Profiles for countries in which FHI 360 has ongoing education projects and for which data on education inequalities could be compiled.

EPDC Spotlight on Ghana

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EPDC Spotlight on Zambia

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The Intersection of Health and Education

What Household Surveys Tell Us About Education

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This post originally appeared on the Global Partnership for Education's Education for All blog on September 29, 2014. You can see the original post here.

EPDC Spotlight on India

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This is the latest post in our Country Spotlight series, where we highlight a different country and the resources we offer, such as data, country profiles, research or other tools that users have available to them through the website. In this post our intern Maxine Wang highlights the data resources we have for India.   

The Nickels and Dimes of Education for All: Excerpts from EPDC's Latest Research

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This post present excerpts from our latest research, The Nickels and Dimes of Education for All: The expansion of Primary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa, by Carina Omoeva and Ania Chaluda. Figure 1 - Countries expected to run a budget surplus (blue) and deficit (orange) between 2015-2025 at current levels of primary per-pupil expenditure

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