Access

Displaying 61 - 67 of 67
Literature

The Education Sector Support Programme in Nigeria (ESSPIN) (2008–17) seeks to improve learning outcomes for children of basic education age in six Nigerian states: Enugu, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Kwara and Lagos. The aims of the ESSPIN Composite... More

Literature

This EDOREN Policy Brief addresses the trends in access to schooling over a decade, noting in particular how inequalities in access have changed. There is a long history of global and Nigerian studies showing unequal access to schooling due to... More

Literature

This report contains the five country case studies that formed the basis of the synthesis of findings presented in part one of the Comparative Review of Basic Education Reforms carried out by Education Data, Research and Evaluation in Nigeria (... More

Literature

This report provides details of a review, which seeks to lay the groundwork for a detailed, systematic review of Nigeria’s UBE reforms by taking stock of what we know about the implementation and outcome of these reforms, and looking at them... More

Literature

This technical report provides answers to each evaluation question asked about the Developing Effective Private Education in Nigeria (DEEPEN) programme on the basis of research conducted by the Education Data, Operational Research, and... More

Literature

DEEPEN is an innovative, ambitious programme that aims to improve the quality of education provided by private schools in Lagos. It responded to growing evidence, provided through the Education Sector Support Programme in Nigeria (ESSPIN), that... More

Literature

Private schools are the main education providers in Lagos. Pupils studying in private schools (and Bridge schools) in Lagos perform better on average in literacy and numeracy than pupils in public schools, even when factoring in background... More