Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford
System-Level Interventions for Overcoming the Learning Crisis: A Panel at SREE 2021
On 29 September 2021, RISE researchers gathered virtually at the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE) Conference to share new insights into systemic interventions to improve learning.
RISE’s 2021 SREE Conference panel, System-level interventions for overcoming the learning crisis: Complexity and change in Pakistan, Peru, and Tanzania, brought together RISE colleagues and friends to explore ways in which a systems approach can help education systems to improve children’s learning.
Chaired by RISE Research Fellow Michelle Kaffenberger, the panel included discussant remarks from Heather Lanthorn of IDinsight and presentations from the RISE Tanzania team, the RISE Pakistan team, and a RISE Fellow:
- RISE Fellow Renata Lemos presented on Manager selection and student learning: Evidence from Peru.
- Jacobus Cilliers of the Tanzania team presented on School Inspections, Bureaucrats, and School Quality: Experimental Evidence from Tanzania.
- Jishnu Das, a PI on the Pakistan team, presented on The Equilibrium Effects of Grants to Public Schools.
- Daniel Rodriguez-Segura of the Tanzania team presented on Evaluating Curriculum Reforms in Developing Countries: Evidence from Tanzania.
View the full panel below!
System-level interventions for overcoming the learning crisis: Complexity and change in Pakistan, Peru, and Tanzania
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