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EPDC Data Points

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.

Overage adolescent girls and schooling exit in sub Saharan Africa

March 24, 2014 by rachel.hatch

Overage adolescent girls and school exit in sub Saharan Africa Ben Sylla, Research Associate, Education Policy and Data Center  Rachel Hatch, Research Associate, Education Policy and Data Center  

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Early marriage and education

March 20, 2014 by rachel.hatch

Early marriage and education Rachel Hatch, Research Associate, Education Policy and Data Center  

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UWEZO: Supporting Student Learning in East Africa

March 18, 2014 by carina.omoeva

The relationship between schooling inputs and student outcomes has long been the subject of debate among education policymakers and researchers.

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Check out EPDC's new look!

March 6, 2014 by charles.gale

Welcome to the re-designed EPDC.org website! Our website has a fresh new look, and we want to highlight some of the changes for you here. Read on to discover some of the newest features, designed to make the website more

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OOSC in India

March 1, 2014 by EPDC

Varying Estimates in India

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How many out of school children are there in Kenya?

February 24, 2014 by EPDC

Data Issues in Kenya

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What Constitutes Primary Education?

February 17, 2014 by EPDC

Starting Ages and Durations of Primary

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Distribution of Out of School Children

February 12, 2014 by EPDC

Geographic Distribution

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How do you measure the number of out of school children?

February 6, 2014 by EPDC

Household survey vs. Administrative data

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Where are the out of school children?

February 20, 2013 by EPDC

An exercise in determining the dimensions of educational exclusion

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