Thursday June 23, 2022 - Friday June 24, 2022
Abuja, Nigeria; Oxford, UK; virtual
As part of the 2022 RISE annual conference, NFER’s Juliet Kotonya presented a paper on Nurturing Accountability Mechanisms at School Level: Lessons from a Partnership between Uganda Government’s Directorate of Education Standards and a Non-state Sector Actor.
In conjunction with Promoting Equality in African Schools (PEAS), this paper looks at the partnership with the Ugandan Directorate of Education (DES), which led to the pilot and subsequent roll out of the Inspect and Improve Programme (I&I), with independent evaluation conducted by NFER.
To find out more about our independent evaluation of the Inspect and Improve (I&I) pilot project in Eastern Uganda, please visit: www.nfer.ac.uk/evaluation-of-the-peas-des-inspect-and-improve-project-endline-report/
About the RISE programme
The Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme is a global research endeavour that seeks to understand how education systems in developing countries can overcome the learning crisis.