Replication data for: Enrollment without Learning: Teacher Effort, Knowledge, and Skill in Primary Schools in Africa
- Bold, Tessa
- Filmer, Deon
- Martin, Gayle
- Molina, Ezequiel
- Stacy, Brian
- Rockmore, Christophe
- Svensson, Jakob
- Wane, Waly
AbstractSchool enrollment has universally increased over the last 25 years in low-income countries. Enrolling in school, however, does not assure that children learn. A large share of children in low-income countries complete their primary education lacking even basic reading, writing, and arithmetic skills. Teacher quality is a key determinant of student learning, but not much is known about teacher quality in low-income countries. This paper discusses an ongoing research program intended to help fill this void. We use data collected through direct observations, unannounced visits, and tests from primary schools in seven sub-Saharan African countries to answer three questions: How much do teachers teach? What do teachers know? How well do teachers teach?
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DOI: 10.1257/jep.31.4.185 (Text)
Bold, Tessa, Deon Filmer, Gayle Martin, Ezequiel Molina, Brian Stacy, Christophe Rockmore, Jakob Svensson, and Waly Wane. “Enrollment without Learning: Teacher Effort, Knowledge, and Skill in Primary Schools in Africa.” Journal of Economic Perspectives 31, no. 4 (November 2017): 185–204. https://doi.org/10.1257/jep.31.4.185.
- ID: 10.1257/jep.31.4.185 (DOI)
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