This study constitutes the first systematic analysis toward providing comprehensive and comparable information on local research in the country, in an effort to better understand current research practices and policies.
Senegal guarantees equal access to primary education for all children and spends around 40% of its total public expenditure on education – amongst the highest in the region. This study examines the impact of education expenditures on educational outcomes.
This study examines the extent to which the Capitation Grant in Ghana impacts the performance of schools in the national assessment examinations, and also bridges the gap in the examination performance of boys and girls.
The main objective of this study was to empirically analyze the factors explaining why some youths are unemployed, or underemployed, while others are able to secure full employment, as well as to determine the role of education and training in explaining youth unemployment, in Kenya.
This paper reviews governance and institutional challenges facing educational systems in developing countries, to serve as a background for GDN’s Global Research Project on Governance and Public Service Delivery.