Child Migration and Academic Performance: The Case of Basic Education in Ghana.

@inproceedings{Tamanja2016ChildMA,
  title={Child Migration and Academic Performance: The Case of Basic Education in Ghana.},
  author={Emmanuel Makabu Jagri Tamanja},
  year={2016}
}
The nexus between migration and academic performance is complex and difficult to extricate. Not only are there several factors affecting academic performance, but also many of these factors are confounding, making it difficult to identify and isolate in order to address. Furthermore, the discourse appears silent on the nexus between child migration and education in general and academic performance in particular. This study seeks to fill this gap by comparing the performances of 250 migrant and… CONTINUE READING

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