Working Papers

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Can learning be measured by phone? Evidence from Kenya

School closures induced by COVID-19 placed heightened emphasis on alternative ways to measure student learning […]

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D. Rodriguez January 18, 2022 May 4, 2022 Administration, Evidence, lesson-delivery, numeracy and literacy, phone-based assessments (PBAs)
Cross-Age Tutoring Experimental Evidence from Kenya

Abstract Tailoring teaching to students’ learning levels can improve learning outcomes in low-income countries. Cross-age […]

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M. Romero, L. Chen and N. Magari January 26, 2022 April 25, 2022 Cross-age tutoring, cross-grade, Evidence, Learning outcomes, low-tech, motivational behavioural, Tutoring
Can Camp Get You Into a Good Secondary School? A Field Experiment of Targeted Instruction in Kenya

Access to quality secondary schooling can be life-changing for students in developing contexts. In Kenya, […]

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Beth E. Schueler and Daniel Rodriguez-Segura January 10, 2020 April 22, 2022 Access and admissions, Education outside of school (after school, Inequality, Program and policy effects, summer…)
A Cautionary Tale of Tutoring Hard-to-Reach Students in Kenya

Beth E. Schueler, Daniel Rodriguez-Segura 07/2021 Covid-19-induced school closures generated great interest in tutoring as […]

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Beth E. Schueler and Daniel Rodriguez-Segura July 10, 2021 April 22, 2022 classroom-incentives, Covid-19 Education Research for Recovery, Education outside of school (after school, low-cost, Program and policy effects

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