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Welcome to the EPDC Data Points blog! Here you will find posts featuring bits of ongoing research, analysis, and data visualizations from the EPDC team, as well as ways to best utilize the resources and website features we offer. Read on to engage with a wider community of education and international development research professionals.

Schooling and conflict in Nigeria: Leveraging subnational data

January 4, 2015 by charles.gale

By Charles Gale, Research Associate, Education Policy and Data Center Overview

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EPDC Spotlight on Zambia

December 1, 2014 by mawang

The Intersection of Health and Education

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What Household Surveys Tell Us About Education

November 24, 2014 by charles.gale

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.

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EPDC Spotlight on India

November 10, 2014 by mawang

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

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

November 7, 2014 by charles.gale

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

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EPDC Spotlight on Nigeria

October 31, 2014 by EPDC

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EPDC Spotlight on Tanzania

October 22, 2014 by EPDC

  The EPDC Data Points blog is continuing with its country spotlight series, highlighting a different country and the resources we offer, such as data, country profiles, research or other tools that users have available to them

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Senegal’s Progress Still Marked by Regional and Gender Inequality

October 9, 2014 by mawang

  Although access to education in Senegal has been increasing rapidly over the past two decades, overall levels of educational attainment are still quite low. Currently, in less than half of all working age Senegalese ever

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Female's Academic Advantage

Are Same Sex Classes Exacerbating the Female’s Academic Advantage?

September 30, 2014 by Elizabeth Buckner

By: Natsumi Ohashi, GLG-Kobe Intern and Elizabeth Buckner, EPDC Research Associate    Is it possible that same-sex classes are exacerbating females' academic advantage? In this blog post, we examine the case of Palestine to

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Literacy data: more, but not always better (part 2 of 2)

September 17, 2014 by rachel.hatch

Literacy data: more, but not always better (part 2 of 2) Elizabeth Buckner, Research Associate, EPDC; Rachel Hatch, Research Associate, EPDC

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