Access to quality secondary schooling can be life changing for students in developing contexts. In Kenya, entrance to such schools was historically determined by performance on a high-stakes exam. Understandably then, preparation for this exam is a priority for families and educators.Continue reading "Can Camp Get You Into a Better Secondary School? A Field Experiment of Targeted Instruction in Kenya"
Tailoring teaching to students’ learning levels can improve learning outcomes in low-income countries. Cross-age tutoring, where older students tutor younger students, is a potential alternative for providing personalized instruction to younger studentsContinue reading "Cross-Age Tutoring Experimental Evidence from Kenya"